The sometimes-strained relationship between the two rump Yugoslav leaders, Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic and his Montenegrin counterpart Momir Bulatovic, appears to have warmed since the Croats’ August victory in Serb-held Krajina. That victory, along with the recent influx of Serbian refugees, has also spurred closer cooperation among Serbia’s opposition parties and a resurrected strident ultranationalist […]

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