President Slobodan Milosevic made it clear where Serbia’s position would be in a conflict between the West and post-Yeltzin Russia, if it is in the hands of “national patriots” In an interview to the Moscow PRAVDA, the former newspaper of the communist party and now a fanatical national-conservative opponent of Russian president Boris Yeltzin, published […]

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