Balkan paranoia

Power, Samantha
July 1994
U.S. News & World Report;7/18/94, Vol. 117 Issue 3, p10
Focuses on the war which erupted in 1991 between Croatia and its Serb minority. Croatia's current Serbian question which is not how to eradicate Serbs but rather how to coax them back under government control; Refusal of Serbs in Krajina to rejoin Croatia, which they claim slaughtered 750,000 in the monstrous Jasenovac concentration camp; Croatia's 250,000 displaced people who have begun blocking the movement of the United Nations Protection Force; Their demands.


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