Spotlight CENTRAL EUROPE Issue dated 14/04/1993


Military intervention in the Balkans could well become inevitable despite the caution that Western planners have shown in building up military pressure on Serbian forces and in applying a progressive economic squeeze on Belgrade. But such military intervention could easily [...] (845 words)
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