15 November 1993 Compared to America and Russia, which are searching tortuously for a foreign policy in the postCold War fog, Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic told his countrymen that he was thinking about matters and that there was hope. While there are bitter divisions in Washington and Moscow over new national foreign policy and defence […]

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