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Why were there civil wars in Croatia and Bosnia, but not in Slovenia or Macedonia?

As stated by others this is not really true. Even though shorter and less bloody compared to those in Bosnia and Croatia, the 10-day war outbroke in Slovenia between Yugoslav army located in the ...
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How did Germany deal with the East German communist Government structure after unification?

Technically, West Germany (the FRG) did not annex East Germany (the GDR). Instead, the GDR declared their accession to the FRG. A treaty regulated the details. The GDR had a post-communist government ...
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Why were there civil wars in Croatia and Bosnia, but not in Slovenia or Macedonia?

To understand my answer you need to get back to 1844., when Ilija Garašanin wrote Načertanije. In that document he made base plan of making Greater Serbia. Greater Serbia should include Serbia, Bosnia ...
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What sources or documentation exists to indicate Stalin's level of popularity in Russia today?

Fortunately, there has been some scientific polling done on this topic, which is much more reliable than the TV poll where Stalin was voted the third-best Russian. Stalin still commands considerable ...
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Why didn't Moldova unite with Romania?

I will answer very short : because russia doesn't want! (in this case Moldova will be a part of EU and OTAN ....) but, in future I am sure that Moldova and Romania will be ONE country
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Why were there civil wars in Croatia and Bosnia, but not in Slovenia or Macedonia?

About Macedonia, I would say that there was a few factors: its peripheral position, Macedonian politics attitude, who considered a war as last step - (they were affraid, that country would implode and ...
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