Yugoslavia, India: Beyond the Halfway House


Hints of trouble had been rumbling through Belgrade for months. Last January the Serbian Central Committee darkly warned of "chauvinistic, nationalistic, localist interferences" with Yugo slavian economic reforms. In February, President Tito himself struck out against unnamed party members who were "sabotaging" the nation's future. Who were the villains obstructing the dramatic social and economic changes that have swept Yugoslavia over the past decade? Last week they were revealed.

The news came from the sunny Adri atic island of Brioni, 340 miles from Belgrade, where the 75-year-old Tito called together a...

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