What does the Serbian public think about various local and foreign institutions, local politicians, the war in Bosnia and Hercegovina, the UN sanctions, the international relations, socialism, privatization, property, the media, the Federal Government and Milan Panic By the middle of October 1992, the Belgrade Center for Political Science and Public Opinion Research, together with […]
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