Milosevic’s refusal to be taken alive–followed swiftly by his absolute surrender–is a familiar behavioral pattern by Tihomir Loza LONDON–For months the question had been when, rather than if. Polls had been showing an increasingly impatient Serbian public demanding that former President Slobodan Milosevic be arrested. A recent poll, conducted by the Argument Agency for Sociological […]

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