The Croat-Moslem offensive in northwestern and central Bosnia has displaced tens of thousands of people and put the Bosnian Serbs in a difficult position. And while towns are falling, Milosevic negotiaties, Mladic is sick and Karadzic keeps silent. Simple war calculation shows the Serbs should immediately accept any form of peace, if the Bosnians and […]

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