Effectively, the talks about percentages and maps are only of temporary importance for both sides. If this ceasefire holds, and one shouldn’t bet on it, both sides will emerge if not stronger then at least refreshed, the international community will have time to think of something, while Milosevic will get a chance to nail Radovan […]

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