Fall of Yugoslavia
After the death of Josip Broz Tito, Yugoslavia enters an Economic crisis with production slowing down and many of the factories being shut down. It was in 1986. that the crisis reached the heat point leading to the rising of different Nationalistic parties, largest one being the Serbian National Party (SNP) lead by Vojislav Šešelj. The second largest nationalistic party was in Croatia called the Croatian Freedom Party (CFP). Finally in 1990. both parties agreed that there nations will become independent with each taking the part of of Yugoslavia that historically belonged to them. Serbia initially wanted entire Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Macedonia but Macedonia rebelled and denied Serbia as a superior nation so they became independent after a independence war, still losing there far east provinces after a peace agreement was made. Croatia took Herzegovina from Bosnia after a peaceful referendum. Slovenia remained independent even do Croatia wanted to take Slovenia for themselves as Croatia thought that all territory of former Independent State of Croatia is rightfully there's. In the end the countries that became independent after the Yugoslav breakup that started in 1990. and ended in 1991. were; Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Macedonia and Slovenia.