7 February 1994 Arkan was not the only one courting Zhirinovsky. The whole legion of political anonymes flocked around the man all week long. Everything started in Subotica where the Russian ultranationalist was welcomed by a crowd of several hundred. A folklore ensemble danced in a traditional rhythm and unavoidable ultranationalist author Radomir Smiljanic played […]

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