Croatian politics since 1990 have been strongly tilted toward Herzegovinian Croats’ wishes for maximum autonomy from Sarajevo and, as soon as possible, union of western Herzegovina with Croatia proper. In alliance with Croatian President Franjo Tudjman, the Herzegovinians are pushing Bosnian Croats’ interests aside and blocking real implementation of the Dayton agreement by MARINKO CULIC […]

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