Bosnia and Croatia Headed Everyone's List of Depressing Events, and the Western Alliance Was Eroding Under the Strain. But in Other, Less Obvious Ways, The Year in Eastern and Central Europe Looked Cheerier , and More Hopeful Than Might Have Been Expected

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