By way of a brief introduction, I would still like to point out (as you know) that Yugoslavia has played - and will continue to play - the role of a continual ferment in the broader European scene, a distinctly non-stabilizing force on the geographic periphery, but only geographically the periphery, because politically it is close to the center or heartland of world politics at any time.
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