Re-building the Balkans will be tougher than we thought
There is an urgent need for a word of hope or encouragement for architects who are still looking forward to the £20 billion 'wall of money' that was supposed to fire the starting gun for the reconstruction of the former Yugoslavia. None, however, seems to be on the way. Disappointing that, because the breezy manner in which the bomb damage inflicted on Serbia was described during the war suggested that Slobbo had only to throw in the towel for nato to put its video games into reverse. ...
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