Radovan Karadzic’s first forays into politics did not indicate in any way that in just a few years this psychiatrist from Sarajevo and dishevelled poet, would take center stage on the world political scene. While some consider him a candidate for sainthood, others view him as an ordinary henchman who has made all Serbs hostages […]

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