by Denisa Kostovic Kosovo is not Bosnia and Herzegovina. No one there speaks about lost interethnic tolerance. For both Serbs and Albanians in Kosovo, mistrust of the other, if not hatred, has been a fact of life. For far too long, the two communities have lived side by side but not together. Both Serbs and […]

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