With a few years’ delay, the round table institution is being mentioned lately as Serbia’s “life belt”: not only would it help the country restore its image, it would also prevent civil war In Poland, like in Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria and Spain, negotiations between the political partners at the round table presented more or less […]

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