The war psychosis is a part of every day life on the territory of the former Yugoslavia and the generations, which formed their values on war patterns, are already coming of age. The build-up of weapons continues along with the counting of potential soldiers A contingent of ethnic Albanian military recruits is considerably larger than […]
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