30 November 1992 All that the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia lacked was Dobrica Cosic. Once more, in old age, he indulged in playing the power game, a game that involves cabinets, secretaries, drivers, cameras and arc lights. Cosic has tried on the leading man’s costume, the one worn by a man he admired greatly in […]

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