Peace interrupted the successful upwards road of Croatia’s war policy The agreement to end the war did not satisfy the aspirations of many in Croatia. The people who aren’t happy are the people who come from areas that now, according to the agreement signed in Dayton, belong to the Bosnian Serb Republic (RS). The greatest […]

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