by Fabian Schmidt UNLIKE IN KOSOVO, THE SITUATION IN THE Sandzak region – a largely Muslim-populated area straddling the Serbian-Montenegrin border (see map, page 37) – has improved in the aftermath of the Dayton agreement. The Serbian government has let up on its crackdown on politically active Sandzak Muslims, and the main Muslim party in […]

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