25 July 1994 The pink envelope, for example. The Assembly in Pale first discusses peace and war, constitutional arrangements, borders, sanctions, and intentions of the world’s biggest powers, and then puts the verdict into an envelope. Inside it says what will happen to us, which we shall not find out until Bosnian Serb leader Radovan […]

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