Srdjan Staletovic

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Vuk Strikes Again

Vuk Draskovic, Serbia's ultimate political chameleon, did his best to divide the opposition and undermine Thursday's key Belgrade demonstration.

16 Nov 05

Milosevic's Men Are Jumping

The high-profile defection by a previously stalwart Milosevic ally is only the most notable of a slow but steady unravelling of the ruling Socialist Party.

16 Nov 05

An Officer And A Politician

Former Yugoslav chief-of-staff Perisic launched a movement to oust his former boss, Milosevic. But he, too, has been accused of war crimes.

16 Nov 05

Plus Ca Change

Milosevic has changed his cabinet but not his policies.

16 Nov 05

Yugoslavia's Diplomats Stay At Home

The clerks at the Yugoslav Foreign Ministry have nothing to do - their bosses are barred from travelling and almost no-one wants to visit them - which somewhat handicaps their work.

10 Nov 05

Seselj On The Sidelines, Waiting For His Moment

While Serbia's many opposition politicians attempt to oust Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic by a campaign of street protests, another pretender sits and waits - Vojislav Seselj.

10 Nov 05

The Comforts of Serbia's Police State

Police are out in force in Serbia, and it seems to make many people feel better. Citizens are urged to spy on their neighbours and stay vigilant for "suspicious" activities. Most are happy to help.

10 Nov 05

Bulatovic's Loyalty Ill-Repaid

Milosevic and his wife have suddenly turned on their loyal ally from Montenegro - a tactic they hope will delay the republic's increasingly likely split from Yugoslavia.

10 Nov 05

Milosevic's Men Are Jumping

The high-profile defection by a previously stalwart Milosevic ally is only the most notable of a slow but steady unravelling of the ruling Socialist Party.

10 Nov 05
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