18 January 1993 Radovan Karadzic must have felt that he was making a great personal sacrifice, much greater than that of all the victims in the Bosnian war, when he finally agreed to the Geneva principles. He said he was ready to resign if parliament does not agree with him, if he does not manage […]

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