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Posted inCentral Asia, Central Europe & Baltics, Eastern Europe & Russia, Regions, Southeastern Europe

12 – 18 March 2002

18 March 2002 The Serbian and Montenegrin governments agree to a looser union and a new name for Yugoslavia. BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–After 10 years of often violent and convulsive episodes, Yugoslavia appears set to quietly slip away–almost as if the country died in its sleep. On 14 March, representatives of Yugoslavia and its two republics, Serbia […]