Animosity toward the international community, fear of retribution from Muslim neighbors, and fierce pride in the Serbian nation stand firmly in the way of plans to reunite Sarajevo, as Jan Urban discovered when he attended the first public meeting between residents of the Serb-held section of Sarajevo and representatives of the organization entrusted with integrating […]

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