Before the war, Serbs constituted 11% of Croatia’s population (of which only 15.6% lived in Krajina) while now their number has been brought down to a mere 4 or 5 percent. In 1992, Tudjman himself expected that between 6 and 8% of the Serbian population will remain in Croatia. According to the estimates of Milan […]

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