Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, has learned, albeit by force, a lesson in political realism, and the domestic opposition, at least verbally and in their propaganda, still use the style of national romanticism without wondering about the price According to official Serbian science, the war in Bosnia broke out because the Western countries recognized it prematurely, […]
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