8 February 1993 It is the general conclusion of every analysis of the civil war in Yugoslavia that the domestic press played a malignant role in feeding the flames of war. Foreign journalists always ardently agree on this and, as a rule, they comment, with repugnance, on what their “aboriginal” colleagues had done, occasionally expressing […]

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