by Catherine Lovatt For the past decade, stability in the Balkans has hinged on stability in Yugoslavia. That may all be about to change. Yugoslav elections held on Sunday 24 September brought overwhelming support for the Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) and their presidential candidate, Vojislav Koštunica. As the world looked on, Romania, along with […]

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