BCR Issue 105 | Institute for War and Peace Reporting


BCR Issue 105

Milenko Vasovic
7 Jan 00
Serbia's health-care system is on the brink of collapse, and with medicine short, the country's infrastructure damaged by the war, and an influx of refugees from Kosovo, infectious disease is rising.
Drago Hedl
7 Jan 00
The social-democratic coalition trounced the late president's party in the parliamentary poll, securing a clear mandate and a coalition strong enough to implement far-reaching reform.
Srdjan Staletovic
7 Jan 00
Following its accusations of a French-led attempt on the life of Slobodan Milosevic, Belgrade authorities have pressed charges against a Serbian group for plots against the president and opposition leader Vuk Draskovic.
Imer Mushkolaj
7 Jan 00
Resentment is mounting over huge wage disparities created by the international organisations. As the UN and others shell out vastly inflated salaries to a lucky few, tens of thousands of public employees wait in vain for their meagre payments.
Janez Kovac
7 Jan 00
With corruption and self-interest still plaguing the Bosnian political scene and Western aid money on the decline, Bosnia welcomed the year 2000 with a mixture of hope and trepidation.