9 October 1995 “Even in those days, I used to claim that Milosevic was a man who swayed between a genius and a madman. Because of the way he was acting. For example, sometimes his discussions were brilliant. Pleasant, intellectually strong. At other times he would stare at you as if he did not know […]

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