Experience has shown that Karadzic regards the world’s military force as an abstraction, but Geneva, with the help of Milosevic and Cosic seem to have made him doubt this a little. They probably told him that this was his best hour, and that after an intervention, his negotiating status would be somewhat changed Radovan Karadzic […]
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