Wrangling in the European Community over the Yugoslav crisis shows that the EC is far from united on an issue as basic as national independence. Major EC members--France, Italy, Britain, and Spain--rejected Germany's proposal to recognize the independence of Croatia and Slovenia. Why? They don't want to encourage other separatists in Eastern Europe--and within their own borders.
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