It is crystal clear now that Montenegro will have to choose between a total economic collapse, hunger and international military intervention, on one hand, and an open conflict with Serbia, on the other, unless some solution is worked out The session of the Montenegrin Parliament, which had been scheduled before the latest vote on the […]

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