1 June 1992 It’s a well-known moment in the history of totalitarianism: grand promises on the one hand, but not even a concise news item that Belgrade’s ambassadors to the EC and the OECD (Mihailo Crnobrnja and Zarko Papic respectively) have resigned on the other. Splendid – Mr. Seselj would have said last Wednesday night, […]

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