The Bosnian elections are the real stakes in Karadzic’s game of nerves with the international community The question of the week in Washington and Brussels was “who’s the Bosnian Serb president today?” The prize goes to anyone who can formulate the most convincing phrase to say that Radovan Karadzic isn’t. On Tuesday, in just one […]
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