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Milenko Vasovic
16 Nov 05
Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic scoffs at the opposition and its demand for early elections. Serbia will have to wait until his allies have finished piling up legislation designed to entrench his political position.
Milenko Vasovic
16 Nov 05
If elections are held in Serbia this autumn, the opposition will once again have to decide whether to participate and legitimise them, or boycott.
Milenko Vasovic
16 Nov 05
Serbia is short-changing its citizens in almost every aspect of their lives, but still promises to rebuild everything.
Milenko Vasovic
10 Nov 05
Pensioners are the group within Serbian society which has fared worst during the past decade, yet they are now expected to tighten their belts once again.
Milenko Vasovic
10 Nov 05
The new state-approved management of the formerly independent Radio B-92 held a party to mark the station's tenth birthday on September 8 - despite the fact that, before they took it over in March, B-92 was a major thorn in the regime's side.
Milenko Vasovic
10 Nov 05
The Pact for Stability of Serbia is slipping off the agenda, the opposition parties are moving apart again, and the Group of 17 'experts' is scaling down their once ambitious plans. It all suits Slobodan Milosevic.
Milenko Vasovic
10 Nov 05
Economic sanctions against Yugoslavia have hit disproportionately against ordinary Serbs. Travel bans, by contrast, are successfully targeting Milosevic's elite.
Milenko Vasovic
10 Nov 05
According to the old Serbian proverb, 'an empty rifle does not fire'. It is easily used in connection with the threats of a handful of generals, who want to send the Yugoslav Army back into Kosovo, and soon.
Milenko Vasovic
10 Nov 05
A student movement dubbed 'Resistance' plans to mark the new university year in October by occupying faculties, blocking lectures and pressing for Slobodan Milosevic's ouster - but his regime is certain to fight back, and hard.
Milenko Vasovic
10 Nov 05
A nationwide round of regular anti-regime protests got off to a wet and slightly disappointing start Tuesday: opposition leaders expect people in Belgrade to do better next time, but the protests are gaining strength in the regions.

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