April ’93. The great illusion

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The left bank of the Drina, the Bosnian side of the river that divides Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, is almost completely in Serbian hands. Only Žepa, Goražde and Srebrenica resist, but are now on the verge of collapse. Facing an imminent disaster, the President of Bosnia, Alija Izetbegović, is forced to sign the Vance-Owen Plan for peace.

However, the map of future Bosnia and Herzegovina is creating major problems on the Serbian side, with repercussions on Slobodan Milošević‘ regime. And in the new international military operations in the sky over Bosnia, NATO is becoming more and more important, despite the constant diplomatic turnarounds of the United States and Russia.

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BarBalkans Podcast April '93