27 January 1992 James Gow, 32, from the Centre for Defence Studies at King’s College London, was a frequent guest in British programmes dealing with the Yugoslav crisis and the federal army. His book “Legitimacy and the Army-the Yugoslav crisis” has just come out. In it he examines in detail the relationship between civilian and […]

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