9 May 1998 There is reason to believe that Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic is just about the only person happy with the outcome of the Contact group’s Rome session. The organization was expected to define clearly the international community’s position and policy on Kosovo, if not prevent a war threatening to set the turbulent Serbian […]

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