by Neven Andjelic Incidents related to the 1998 World Cup soccer championships, including the death of a young woman in Bosnia after Croatia’s victory over Germany, illustrate the continuing troubled atmosphere in former Yugoslavia. The behavior of the players, coaches, politicians, and the nations of Yugoslavia and Croatia as a whole during the matches only […]

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