An emerging arms trade scandal involving Iraq, Yugoslavia and Bosnia-Herzegovina could be the tip of an iceberg that shifts Washington's fundamental foreign policy paradigm in the Balkans in favour of ethnic Serbs. According to Strategic Forecasting Sources, governments in Belgrade and Sarajevo are moving quickly to limit the potential fallout from revelations last week that the state-run Bosnian-Serb company, Orao, was selling spare military parts to Iraq through a Yugoslav company called Yugoi...

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