17 October 2000 BELGRADE–Post-revolutionary lethargy may best describe the mood of Serbian citizens. Unlike most revolutions, there has been no need to hole up inside for safety, and ousted President Slobodan Milosevic’s Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) still seems to be limping along. The Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) has found itself in a standoff […]

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