War Wounds Reopened by Conviction in Russia, Acquittal in Bosnia

Caloianu, Ioana; Krauthamer, Ky; Matan, Vladimir
May 2013
Transitions Online;5/20/2013, p6
The article offers news briefs related to political issues from around the world. For associating Hungary with anti-Semitism, president of the World Jewish Congress has apologized to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Croatia finds itself in a battle over wine with less than two months to go before entering the European Union. A former prime minister of the country's Serb region Gojko Klickovic has been acquitted by Bosnian state court.


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