Liberalism did have a chance in Serbian politics. This is best shown by the very good results achieved by the defeated presidential candidate in the 1992 elections – Milan Panic. However, the national question proved to be an unbridgable obstacle for most Serbian liberals One notices two catastrophic tendencies on Serbia’s political scene that will […]

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