Op Ed by Senior Fellow Hikmet Karcic: Russia’s Campaign to Rewrite WWII History Is Dividing the Balkans. Just as Putin Intended

Op Ed by Senior Fellow Hikmet Karcic: Russia’s Campaign to Rewrite WWII History Is Dividing the Balkans. Just as Putin Intended

Russia’s WWII historical revisionism is a key vector for Putin’s wider agitation and influence strategies in the Balkans, especially in Bosnia and Serbia. Its wider repercussions could be disastrous.

Read Hikmet Karcic’s full article on Haaretz.

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