THE BALKANS HAD long fascinated the political imagination of Russian commentators of all ideological stripes. Reporting on the Balkan Wars of 1912–1913 for a Kiev newspaper, Leon Trotsky wrote, “The effects of the war demonstrate only too clearly to the Balkan nations and first of all to Serbia that they can exist only in a permanent economic and political federation.”...
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