“The Serbs can do without bread, but not without a state.” This statement made by Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic a year ago, has become reality: the Serbs are living in a state without bread or law. The military rebellion in Banjaluka opened up the long neglected problem of the bare economic survival of the […]
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