25 January 1993 One thing is certain - the state of Bosnia-Herzegovina exists only as a geographic term. The two of it's three constitutive peoples do not want it. If we neglect the Serbian side and its reasons, the last large Moslim-Croatian clashes in central Bosnia indicate that, after the disintegration of multinational Yugoslavia, little […]

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