This year will conclude with the counting of empty cartridges. Serbia, Montenegro and Republika Srpska are voting on different political levels and from vastly divergent factions for and against Slobodan Milosevic, that is to say, the policies he epitomizes. Those elections in “Serbian lands” represent a unique anatomy lesson held over the corpse of the […]

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