One of the rare things Slobodan Milosevic and Milan Kucan had in common while they both lived in Belgrade was to go to the movies in the Kozara Cinema. In the late eighties, their differences and the conflict of the policies they symbolized marked the beginning of the end of the Socialist Federal Republic of […]
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