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25 May 2013Visitors look at postcards showing late Yugoslavia’s communist leader Josip Broz Tito in the souvenir store in Belgrade, Serbia, Saturday, May 25, 2013. While banished and vilified during the nationalist euphoria that followed the bloody breakup in the early 1990s’, remembering Yugoslavia has since regained in popularity, commanding a steady influx of followers, even among the younger ...
22 May 2013The Balkans Wars ended years ago, but ethnic divisions remain strong, promoted, unfortunately, by the European Union. The latest example of geopolitical malpractice is the EU-brokered agreement for Serbia’s de facto recognition of Kosovo’s independence.
21 May 2013(PODGORICA ) - Montenegro's parliament on Thursday voted to shorten its mandate and dissolve itself to pave the way for early elections, so the government can go into EU entry talks with a new mandate.
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