The Serbs are experts at getting rid of autocrats—as Shevardnadze now knows. BELGRADE, Serbia and Montenegro–Serbian television viewers were cheerfully amused during the Georgian crisis that led to President Eduard Shevardnadze’s overthrow. The breaking-news footage from Tbilisi, beamed into their living-room TVs, showed symbols and political iconography they had grown deeply familiar with. The posters […]

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