13865>by Ivo Goldstein It has very frequently been stated by foreign media, professionals and politicians in the 1990s that the wars in Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and the latest one in Kosovo were a result of centuries-old hatred and insurmountable differences. This article will attempt to show that this is not the case and that there […]

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