12 August 2002 Mainstream politicians in the Balkans are increasingly skirting the edges of nationalist sentiment, and the approach is not only repugnant but is also likely to be unsuccessful in the long run. When at a 31 July gathering of Balkan prime ministers in Salzburg Serbian representative Zoran Djindjic commented that “at present there […]

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