Ball and Chain

Gessen, Masha
June 2000
New Republic;06/26/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 26, p16
Focuses on ethnic issues in Montenegro. Selection between two competing political parties, the Coalition for a Better Life and the Coalition for Yugoslavia, in the June 11, 2000 election; Attempts of Montenegro to secede from Yugoslavia, a country that does not have a great track record of peaceful secessions; Confusion of Montenegrins regarding their identity as Serbs.


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