Mostar, a divided city, was held out as a model after both sides agreed to work together in a Bosnian-Croat Federation. But many observers are skeptical that the residual bitterness between Muslims and Croats can be so easily overcome by ROBERT J. DONIA MOSTAR-A DEVASTATED NO-MAN’Sland partitions the city of Mostar into a Croat-governed west […]

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