For Karadzic’s Serbs at least, political defeat is complete, and the military one can not be excluded. Political defeat has been agreed at the very start, in the hope that it will be minimized by a military victory. On the Bosnian side, the situation was exactly opposite. Izetbegovic spent the last three years spending his […]

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