Now that the wars are over, generals and soldiers who served Bosnia well are finding themselves suddenly retired because of their ethnicity. Those who remain are often pressed into close cooperation with the ruling Muslim party by ZLATAN CABARAVDIC ONE OF THE MAIN ADVANTAGES THE Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina had over […]

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