There can be no doubt that Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic knew and approved of Serbian Prime Minister Radoman Bozovic’s plan to put the media in Serbia under the state’s wing That the government’s proposal met with fierce public opposition need not have been crucial for Milosevic’s veto on the bill to transform the newspaper publishing […]

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