by Oliver Craske In his review in The Independent last weekend of Misha Glenny’s new book The Balkans 1804-1999, Paul Bailey notes Glenny’s argument that all Balkan nations have felt betrayed by the outside world at some stage in their history – the outside world meaning Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, the US, Italy and Russia. […]

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