The composition and performance of a truth commission in Yugoslavia is a test of the country’s ethical and political maturity by Ivan Milenkovic BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica’s establishment in April of the Truth and Reconciliation commission has resonated with unexpected strength among the Serbian public, not least because two of its prominent members walked […]

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