Serbia resembles a dead sea stretched between threats of banditocracy, urbicide and the a war breathing its last On May 15, 1994 two symbolic events took place in Belgrade. The Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) marked the anniversary of the Third Serb Uprising, and SPO leader Vuk Draskovic read out the final chapter of his novel […]

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