7 August 1995 Two statements are still valid after the fall of Bosansko Grahovo and Glamoc; both illustrate the relationship between the three ethnic groups and warring sides in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The first came from Gojko Susak, Croatia’s Defence Minister, who said the establishment of the Federation with the Bosnians is like “swallowing a live frog”; […]

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