Serbs both in and outside the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia have long regarded Moscow as the staunchest defender of the Serbian national interest. But since Serbia began efforts to dampen the conflicts in Bosnia and Croatia, the relationship between Belgrade and Moscow has grown more subtle and complex

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