In the last few weeks, warnings have been arriving from various sides that a state of emergency is about to happen to Serbia, and that if the Socialists lose at elections, Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic could decide on such a move In the early eighties, in those interminable queues in Warsaw (like in Belgrade today), […]

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