by Zoran Kusovac If Drenica was the best the Serbian fighting force could do, the future looks bleak: no lessons have been learned from years of fighting both low- and high-intensity conflicts in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. To any trained officer, whether with army or police background (and that difference is becoming academic in […]

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