Bosnia is a country of hatred, wrote Ivo Andric (Yugoslav author from Bosnia, Nobel Prize laureate). Nowadays, that hatred is being stirred everywhere. No people can feel at ease there any longer. I believe that Serbs, Croatians and Moslems, in the course of centuries, learned how to recognize that hatred by the most subtle indications, […]

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