Marack Goulding’s statement, “I cannot say whether there will be peace operations or not”, heard on the transistor radio, which was crackling because its batteries were running out after a number of days spent in cellars and shelters, sounded farcical. To complete the farce, the diplomacy of the ever able President of the Republic of […]

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