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The stunning fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 heralded a series of events that transformed the postwar world. Here is a view from Washington.
The popular quest for freedom and self-determination brought down the Berlin Wall, ending an era.
Though the Berlin Wall’s collapse left hardly a ripple on the surface of Yugoslavia’s day-to-day turmoil, it decisively affected the underlying course of events.
Diplomats reflect on the events that dramatically reshaped the postwar world.
Events of four decades ago continue to cast their malevolent shadows over a relationship that should have long since become more productive.
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