5 July 1993 In the cartoon, the protagonists of the Jahorina Assembly (where the Bosnian Serbs rejected the Vance-Owen plan) are playing a well-known children’s game, called “rotten mares” (the Balkan variant of the leapfrog). Divided into two teams, Konsatantin Mitsotakis (Greek Prime Minister), Slobodan Milosevic (President of Serbia), Dobrica Cosic (now former President of […]

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