Ljubljana, 26 October - DELO: PAPER BEARS ANYTHING - The Haag peace conference on Yugoslavia is running so well that it is the talk of the town. Some Yugoslav politicians are summoned, sometimes more, sometimes less, Broek is sometimes more or less angry, Carrington is astonished, in his English manner, and diplomatically sharp, and at the end they all sign some document which fiercely demands a cease of hostilities, everyone explains things at home in his own way, and the fighting continues. Meanwhile, certain work groups are active, one of them concerned with a utopian project - the common future of the nations of Yugoslavia - with those who still advocate Yugoslavia artfully smuggling their ideas which are also based on a utopia. Anything can be put on paper, but nobody wants to institute the diplomatic or economic measures which could quickly tame Serbia and JA, stresses the editorial by Stane Ivanc.

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