22 April 2003 They share the same language, religion, and a long history of love and hate. More often than not, those who felt that the two are parts of one and the same Serb nation–of which Montenegrins are only one small, but perhaps historically the most assertive, part–outnumbered those who argued that Serbs and […]

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