, Number 8

Rick Fawn

The post-communist space continues to generate new internationally recognized states while incubating unrecognized but de facto states. Recent movement in the Balkans - the independence of Montenegro and the arduous deliberations over Kosovo's future - have variously encouraged other secessionist people and would-be states, particularly in the former Soviet Union.

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