by Gordon N. Bardos In 1998, the already unstable situation in Yugoslavia took a significant turn for the worse. The perennial Albanian-Serb dispute in Kosovo became open warfare; Montenegro became increasingly estranged from what little was left of the Yugoslav federation; and international economic sanctions continued to prevent any resurrection of Yugoslavia’s economy. Despite these […]

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