According to British journalist Neil Clark, the cause of the crises that are crossing the Balkans lately is not to be sought into Russian politics, but in the breakup of Yugoslavia. The latter, according to Clark, granted economic stability and safety to Balkan countries. A survey conducted in 2017 showed how most of the respondents from BiH, Montenegro, Serbia, and Macedonia considered the collapse of Yugoslavia as a negative event. Clark also affirms how, today, instead of an economically strong and stable country, there are a series of small and weak states. This situation can be solved only through the gradual reconstruction of a Yugoslav Federation.
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