11 September 1995 The technology is still the same: Milorad Minic, until recently one of Milosevic’s most trusted men, heard of the sacking of Milorad Vucelic, the director of Serbian Radio-Television, from the press. A political analyst from Belgrade interpreted this as a “clear signal”: “you were not good enough; I can sack you whenever […]

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