After the breakup of Yugoslavia, many newly formed borders were unexpectedly drawn. Some of them divide villages and peasants from their property. This is the story of one such village on the border between Herzegovina and Montenegro “It’s so bad that it can’t be worse. Village property has been split up and farmers can’t get […]

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