An old English saying “We are counting the heads so that we would not have to chop them off”, was not confirmed in the case of the first pluralist elections in Serbia and in Yugoslavia. In December 1990 no party promised a war, or the militarization of society, or the disintegration of Yugoslavia. The voters […]

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