BCR Issue 105 | Institute for War and Peace Reporting


BCR Issue 105

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.
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.