Serbia and Montenegro’s first year of existence as a state union is certain to be remembered, but most of the memories–the assassination of the prime minister, followed by a state of emergency, political infighting, corruption scandals, and economic stagnation–are the kind that people would rather forget by Aleksandar Mitic Serbia exited 2003 in a far […]

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