27 July 1992 Lord Carrington, obviously, will never get tired of talking with partners in the old and new Yugoslavias. Were he younger, he probably would have given up or thanked his European Community chiefs, because war in the Balkans is the worst place to make a diplomatic career. That is why some Western commentators […]

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