July 2007
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Serbia & Montenegro;Jul2007, p9
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The article focuses on the foreign relations of Serbia. From the breakup of the Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia in 1989, the foreign policy of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was primarily by a desire to secure its political and geopolitical position and the solidarity of ethnic Serbs in the Balkan region via a strong nationalist campaign. In 2002, it resolved its longstanding border dispute with Macedonia and created full diplomatic relations with its neighbor and former adversary Croatia.


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