The regime burnt its fingers last year with the arrest and beating of Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) leader Vuk Draskovic, and showed a certain tactical reserve in its dealings with Seselj, who, compared to Draskovic, does not enjoy international support; on the contrary, some international reports demand that he be proclaimed a war criminal. The […]

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