15 November 1998 As NATO threatened Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic with bombing over his campaign against Kosovo’s ethnic Albanians, the regime turned its wrath inward, targeting domestic electronic and print media outside its control. An old pattern of harassment was set in motion, to prove that independent journalists were–as Vojislav Seselj, Serbia’s deputy prime minister, […]

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