Along with commerce, finance, health, education, culture, on Milosevic’s list of unnecessary things was found foreign policy. It seemed to him that the army and police were sufficient to satisfy all his needs. As a matter of fact, he had no intention of occupying himself much with the outside world, but it began to occupy […]

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