The contemporary political history of Montenegro
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- U.S. ‘Disappointed’ Over
- By Predrag Milic, AP, The Washington Post,
Friday 6 June 2003. The U.S. government criticized
authorities in Montenegro on Friday for not indicting anyone
in the case of a woman who alleged was forced into
prostitution by human traffickers with links to top
officials in the republic.
- Montenegro votes for independence
- Green Left Weekly List, 22 May 2006. Compiled from a
couple of posts by Michael Karadjis to the Green Left Weekly
list, May 22. Karadjis is the author of Bosnia, Kosova
and the West, subtitled The Yugoslav Tragedy: A
Marxist View (Resistance Books, Sydney).
- Balkanizing the Balkans
- Editorial, Workers World, 26 May 2006. The
first thing to make clear is that the referendum separating
Montenegro from Serbia on May 21 had nothing to do with
self-determination for the people in that republic. The
second is to understand that the breakup of the
Montenegro-Serbia union is just the latest step in the
dismemberment of the former Yugoslavia.