26 November 1995 Obrad Kesic, an American of Serb origin, military-political analyst and program researcher at the International Research and Exchanges Board in Washington spoke to VREME about the Dayton peace talks. VREME: What’s your assessment of the peace talks? KESIC: “There can be no other interpretation of what presidents Tudjman, Izetbegovic and Milosevic achieved […]

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