The disintegration of the Second Yugoslavia and the rise to power of nationalist-political leaders was closely preceded by the cartographers of “historical territories” of Balkan peoples. With no less enthusiasm and cartographic talent, this disintegration was closely followed by international mediators – from Gutierez to Vance, Owen and Stoltenber, to Richard Stoltenberg and the already […]
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