15 October 1997 ‘Whoever has the media has power,” goes a common adage. As machinations in Republika Srpska are proving, the modern Balkan version is “Whoever controls television controls the people.” As of mid-September, the Republika Srpska was effectively split into sections demarcated by television signals. The eastern section receives broadcasts from Pale, headquarters of […]

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