Stories by the Author
Serbs are taking the tribulations of their lives in their stride and are learning to love their president ever more dearly.
16 Nov 05
You’d have to be insane not to go crazy in Belgrade today: the hip urban capital is now a ghost-town, with only phantom rallies for Milosevic and incredible war mongering on the airwaves. Above it all, the sirens wail.
10 Nov 05
The opposition employs people power to persuade Milosevic to concede electoral defeat
6 Sep 05
Up until the last moment, no one knew whether the old despot would slip his noose again. But then the incredible happened.
6 Sep 05
Followers of Radovan Karadzic launch website in bid to "tell the truth" about the top Hague indictee.
16 Mar 02
Bitter friends and family accuse the authorities of failing to investigate a crime at the heart of an evil system.
29 Aug 01
Short of enemies to persecute, Serb extremists now turn their bigotry on gays and lesbians.
4 Jul 01
Why do Serbs still regard Milosevic and his cronies as national heroes?
8 Jun 01
Serbian citizens are still in denial over war crimes and continue to reject the tribunal. But the engine of change in Serbia - and its greatest hope - is The Hague.
5 May 01
The Milanovic case highlights the propagandist role played by regime journalists during the Milosevic years
21 Feb 01