13 December 1996 THE TENSIONS BETWEEN THE CIVILIAN AND MILITARY WINGS of the Bosnian Serb leadership are nothing new. They came out into the open as early as 1993, although the military commander General Ratko Mladic and his civilian counterpart, Radovan Karadzic, did their best to deny that the relationship was anything but harmonious.That was […]

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