Irreverence for authority and a commitment to fostering a politically and culturally ‘alternative’ lifestyle in conflict-ridden former Yugoslavia have, made Serbia’s independent – and illegal – B 92 radio station a mainstay of the region’s anti-nationalist opposition by BERND BUDER and FRIEDEMANN SCHMIDT WHEN SERBIAN ACTOR Dragoljub S. Ljubicic appeared in downtown Belgrade in March […]

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