The Washington agreement on the creation of a Muslim-Croatian federation, i.e., a Croatian-Bosnian confederation, has met with more skepticism than optimism. We talked with Aleksa Djilas, a professor at Harvard University, USA, who teaches Yugoslav history and the reasons for its disintegration. We asked Djilas to tell us if he thought that the latest round […]

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