Why does every political conflict in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia acquire the proportions of a state crisis Simple storyline: in the year 1992 in Belgrade, it was being decided who would be president and who the governor (trademark: Milan Panic), while now, in Podgorica, it is being decided whether Slobodan Milosevic is a spent […]
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