Europa, os Estados Unidos e a Crise Jugoslava
Europe, United States and the Yugoslavian crisis
Keywords:Yugoslavian crisis, Europe, United States
When the Yugoslav crisis broke out in 1991, with Slovenia and Croatia on one side and the Federation (and Serbia) on the other, the United States wanted to be left out. It was the first phase. But the strength and weight of the United States is such that whether or not they want to be outside turns out to be inside in another way. In this case, moreover, they said that they were out of touch with them because they wanted to keep the Yugoslav Federation intact (so as not to set a bad example for the Soviet Union) but would rather not have to get into European pending because of it.
Quando a crise jugoslava rebentou em 1991, com Eslovénia e Croácia de um lado e Federação (e Sérvia) do outro, os Estados Unidos quiseram ficar de fora. Foi a primeira fase. Mas a força e o peso dos Estados Unidos são tais, que, queiram ou não queiram, estarem de fora acaba por ser estarem por dentro de uma outra maneira. Neste caso, além disso, dizerem que estavam de fora convinhalhes porque queriam manter a Federação Jugoslava intacta (para não dar um mau exemplo à União Soviética) mas preferiam não terem de se meter numa pendência europeia por causa disso.
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