The Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA) became an orphan in 1980. Its disintegration followed the break-up of the country, which it was to guard by the Constituion, conviction and tradition. More precisely, the JNA oulived the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRJ) by the amount of time it need to opt for “its own side” in […]

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