by Sonja Biserko Yugoslavia is breaking down again. Trapped in its complex dilemma over constitutional structures, entangled in the related questions over ethnic/national rights, and determined to continue its arrogant and violent behavior, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia is confronting a situation almost identical to 1991. The international response has also remained similar. Kosovo has […]

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