A year after the ousting of Milosevic, the country is in much better shape–but how long can the ruling coalition hold out? by Tihomir Loza BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–The hall of the Cultural Center in Lazarevac near Belgrade was a lively place in early evening on Saturday, 29 September. A few hundred smartly dressed people gathered to […]

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