Ljubljana, 9 March - DELO: Who is the leader of the game? - It seems that European endeavours for peace are just a side track of international intervention at the Balkans, but the real international judges are across the Atlantic on East River and at the State Department. Therefore, the serious negotiations on succession of former Yugoslavia will probably be held behind closed door, with the approval of the one remaining superpower and perhaps ignoring all the international principles and formal agreements, relying solely on measuring the specific gravity of new Balkan states. Therefore, only the common interests of many Yugoslav countries however pragmatic they may be, will outweight Serbian interests, writes Romana Dobnikar Šeruga in her article.

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