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             Guest For  Thursday April 21,  2005


                                            DANKO  VASOVIC

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Tito Socialist Yugoslavia was declared by Marshall Tito in 1945. The communists wer1979 - Pioneers of Belgrade welcome Josip Titoe able to deal with national aspirations by creating a federation of six nominally equal republics - Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Macedonia. In Serbia the two provinces of Kosovo and Vojvodina were given autonomous status. Communist rule restored stability and good relations with the west ensured a steady stream of loans.  Later, however, national and ethnic tensions increased due to unequal development and a growing burden of debt. When Tito died in 1980 many expected the federation to break up but Yugoslavia was to survive for another ten years.

Thursday April  21, 2005

 /  10:30 - 11:30 AM  / (NYC Time)

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