The transitional solution for Sarajevo enables both national leaders to leave the round table rubbing their hands, even if it will merely ward off the evil looks of their dissatisfied compatriots Sarajevo no longer presents an obstacle to the signing of the whole peace plan for Bosnia-Herzegovina in Geneva and that is the crown result […]

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