You heard it here first, foax. Montenegro, by rights, is out of the doddering Frankenstein of modern-day Serbia, and Kosovo cannot be far behind. How could the EU let the one go and force the other to stay — particularly when a vote in Kosovo would blow away the 55.5% that Europe’s statesmen allowed to pass muster for making Montenegro sovereign. The twin children of Wilsonianism, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia, are ghosts now. But self-determination — done peacefully — lives on.
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