We present an excerpt from the study “The psychological aspects of (in)humanity in war,” by a professor of military psychology at Belgrade’s Yugoslav Army University. These are the parts disputed by Dr. Miklos Biro in his interview with VREME: “… If we begin with a definition of struggle or war, we inevitably come across a […]

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