In an atmosphere where protecting the legal order is a euphemism for censorship, the pro-government Serbian press community showered itself in accolades and congratulated itself for its patriotism during the June meeting of the Serbian }ournalists Association. Shortly thereafter, a regionwide media conference in Belgrade - which brought together journalists from throughout former Yugoslavia - took a decidedly more sober view

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