He adds that "monoethnic states ... are the only bricks with which to build the new Balkans". Someone please show Cornwell an ethnic map of the Balkans. In former Yugoslavia, only Slovenia was (more or less) ethnically homogeneous; every other area was and (even after ethnic cleansing) still is a hodge- podge. Easier to set up monoethnic boroughs in London than monoethnic states in the Balkans (or anywhere in Europe outside Iceland).
Professor TOM PRIESTLY
University of Alberta
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