Bosnia on the Brink – The New York Times

These kinds of emotional rewritings of history fill the playbooks of populist leaders throughout Europe. In Serbia, President Aleksandar Vučić has supported the claim that the Serbs have been unfairly maligned as aggressors in the Bosnian war, praised Slobodan Milošević — convicted at The Hague of crimes against humanity — as a “great Serbian leader” and expressed regret that Serbia didn’t expand farther across the Balkans. Vučić, who was elected to a second term as president…

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