by Sam Vaknin The Yugoslav war is a dispiriting tale about human solidarity. Very few people sympathized with the Slovenes when the war began, just as the Slovenes themselves unanimously closed the doors of their new state immediately after the war. The Croats showed no solidarity to anyone, just as few showed any to the […]

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