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Posted inRegions, Southeastern Europe

A Tempest in a Teacup

Milosevic’s extradition to The Hague has made the differences between Djindjic and Kostunica more visible, but it has also proven Serbian media’s increasing maturity and independence by Vladan Radosavljevic BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–After a careful evaluation of the political situation–but doubtless also under the fierce pressure of an upcoming donors conference–Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic and his […]