All that has remained of the BosniaHerzegovina of two years ago is its name. The state recognized by the world has been dismantled, its territory partitioned and population relocated. Its Muslim citizens have been renamed to Bosnjaks, its main cities placed under international administration, its authority under foreign patronage, while its rebel Serbs have remained […]
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