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Yu­goslav pres­i­dent Josip Tito was praised for both hold­ing his di­vided na­tion to­gether and for walk­ing the knife-edge be­tween com­mu­nist East and cap­i­tal­ist West. His death rep­re­sented the be­gin­ning of the end of Yu­goslavia’s “Broth­er­hood and Unity”, but his fu­neral show­cased unity of a dif­fer­ent kind, bring­ing to­gether the likes of Kim Il-sung, Sad­dam Hus­sein, Yasser

Arafat, Leonid Brezh­nev, Mar­garet

Thatcher and Prince Philip. 1980

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