A siege is a double-edged sword and a game which usually ends badly. Karadzic was left with nothing else to do other than to strangle a Sarajevo which he cannot take; the Bosnian side’s nerves are already thinned and more and more weapons are arriving. If faced with another winter of war, Sarajevo may lose […]

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