Yugoslavia was once symbolic of the international bonds forged from the defeated grasp of the imperialist Austrians and Turks, but after the death of communist president Josip Broz Tito, ethnic nationalism among the Serbs created tensions between the various provinces of Yugoslavia, and after a series of civil wars, being bombed by NATO, and an incident of genocide against the Bosnians, the former Yugoslavia is gone and in its place are six/seven squabbling states.
To dispel any confusion, I'm not a Yugoslav nationalist. It isn't my intention that seven kinds of nationalism should be replaced by one, rather I'm an internationalist, but I think that steps should be taken before the total unification of Europe.
"Fight the forces of nationalism! Fight the forces of the imaginary lines!"