10 February 1992 “The states in this region are forming short-term coalitions to realize their aims, which reminds one of the situation which prevailed before the Balkan wars of 1912/1913”, remarked Irena Reuter-Hendrichs. She will now probably have to rename her project. “Germany, the biggest power, has taken care of her interests. Now the lesser […]

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