17 May 1993 I sometimes hear a foreign diplomat saying with concern that the Vance-Owen plan seems to be dead. The Serbs are rejecting it, the Moslems agreed without enthusiasm, only the Croats like it, while a decent compromise requires that all three sides be moderately satisfied. In this case, which abounds in bizarre paradoxes, […]

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