The Serbian authorities have finally agreed to negotiate with the opposition; not so much as to reduce the risk of violent political confrontation (since they seem to believe international isolation is grist to their mill) but because they want to gain legitimacy from abroad The round table talks organized by the Serbian Government were adjourned […]

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