In view of the tragedies in Vranje and Sabac, we asked Professor of Psychology at civilian and military colleges Zvonimir Dzamonja, a retired Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA) Colonel, whether the army was presently safe for recruits What could you, a long-standing psychologist in JNA, tell parents fearing for the life of their recruited son today? […]

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