Five years after Gazimestan, where Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic was launched to power, and three years after the war in Slovenia the events reveal autodestructive systematicness of all protagonists. Constitutional disputes, destruction of institutions, plebiscites, declarations, paramilitaries and party states, cruel war and insincere negotiations Having landed by helicopter into a crowd of about one […]

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