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Is Syria Facing a Yugoslavia-style Breakup?

“This is a situation that is rapidly spinning out of control,” Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Wednesday, following the Damascus bombing that lacerated the...

Yugoslavia, R.I.P.

As if E.U. expansion wasn't complicated enough, Europe woke up last week to find a brand-new baby on its doorstep: the tiny republic of Montenegro, tucked...

Presidential Face-Off

The president of Croatia, Stipe Mesic, testified against his old colleague, Slobodan Milosevic, at the former Yugoslav leader's war crimes trial in The Hague...

Living Apart Together

After ten 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,...

Yugoslavia vs. The Hague

Last week late-night television viewing in Serbia was interrupted for a special announcement by Serbian Minister of Justice Vladan Batic. April 1 was the...

Yugoslavia: Staying Put

Would handing over Slobodan Milosevic to the international war crimes tribunal destabilize Yugoslavia? Vojislav Kotsunica, the new president of Yugoslavia,...

Yugoslavia Bargains With The Hague

Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2002Yugoslavia's cooperation with the Hague-based U.N. war crimes tribunal remains the biggest challenge for the post-Milosevic authorities in...

Will Slobo Go?

In a public hardening of its position, officials at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia Wednesday demanded the immediate transfer of...

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