alexa Balkan Woes and Vote-Banks

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Balkan Woes and Vote-Banks

The world may remember the Ottomans for their glorious reign and the thriving cultural as well as economic state of their kingdom, but the one aspect related to the Ottomans that contemporary society has set as a precedent for recent geo-political developments is the Balkanization of former Ottoman territories . In the nineteenth century, the erstwhile lands of the Ottomans in the Balkan Peninsula were divided and sub-divided until what is now known as the Yugosphere was broken up to give the world miniscule sovereign nations. Some of the countries formed were as small as Tripura and Nagaland while others, such as Serbia and Croatia, were significantly larger. However, one persistent issue relating to these states has been the instability and beggar thy neighbour economic policies, which aim at economic progress as the expense of the economic stability of one’s neighbouring countries, besides a violent environment that still irks the denizens of these countries.

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