Former Yugoslavian Ambassador to Italy (1996-1999 and 2001-2003), Mozambique and Lesotho, Miodrag Lekic was Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro, common candidate of the pro-Serbia opposition and pro-independence members of the Liberal Alliance in the presidential elections in Montenegro in 2003. Today, he is a professor working at LUISA and University of Rome.
While the historians’ answer is still awaited as to whether Yugoslavia died of natural causes, whether it was killed, whether it committed suicide or whether others made it “commit suicide”, the anniversary of its long disintegration and agony will be celebrated in 2005.
In the geopolitics of anniversaries, we commemorate this year the beginning of two “protectorates”: Bosnia-Herzegovina, which dates back 10 years ago and the 6 years of the protectorate of Kosovo. The Dayton Agreements put (...)