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June 29, 1991 | MICHAEL PARKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Through the long years of the Cold War, the Soviet Union saw the breakup of Yugoslavia, with its potential for civil war, foreign interference and escalation, as one of the most worrisome crises that East and West might face in Europe. With that scenario now exploding into reality 500 miles from its border in one of Europe's historic tinderboxes, the Soviet Union is clearly apprehensive but uncertain what it can do in a region that it once thought to be within its sphere of influence.
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June 29, 1991 | MICHAEL PARKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Through the long years of the Cold War, the Soviet Union saw the breakup of Yugoslavia, with its potential for civil war, foreign interference and escalation, as one of the most worrisome crises that East and West might face in Europe. With that scenario now exploding into reality 500 miles from its border in one of Europe's historic tinderboxes, the Soviet Union is clearly apprehensive but uncertain what it can do in a region that it once thought to be within its sphere of influence.
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