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Calling All Serbs! You CAN Make a Difference

If any Serbs are reading this blog (and I hope some are), please read this great article by Rosemary Bailey Brown. She’s married to a Serb ex-pat. While Rosemary has a unique perspective on things, she missteps comparing the histories of the two countries. Serbia is an OLD country; the U.S. is a very young […]

Violence Erupts in Montenegro After the Country’s Recognition of Kosovo

Podgorica, Montenegro Thirty four people have sustained injuries after riots broke out in the Montenegrin capital city of Podgorica. Opposition supporters gathered to protest against Montenegro’s recognition of Kosovo as a sovereign state. Thousands carried Serbian flags of various shapes and forms and banners proclaiming “KOSOVO IS SERBIA,” “MONTENEGRO IS ALWAYS WITH SERBIA,” “TRAITORS,” “HONOR […]

Eurovision 2008

From my friend in Belgrade… thanks, Petar, for the pictures and narrative! Russia’s Dima Bilan won the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest held in Belgrade. Maria Serifovic, last year’s winner from Serbia, handed him the flowers. Next year, Moscow will host the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time ever. An unusual thing is that Bilan […]

Eurovision 2008

From my friend in Belgrade… thanks, Petar, for the pictures and narrative! Russia’s Dima Bilan won the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest held in Belgrade. Maria Serifovic, last year’s winner from Serbia, handed him the flowers. Next year, Moscow will host the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time ever. An unusual thing is that Bilan […]

Happy Birthday/Srecan Rodenjan!

My best friend and web design partner owns and operates the largest internet forum in his country, and has since its inception. Today, that forum is six years old. Ivan, you’ve done a great job with it, I know it hasn’t been easy and sometimes it hasn’t been fun, but I know it’s very close […]

Holding My Breath

Today, Serbia votes on a new president. The original voting, which took place on January 20, resulted in today’s runoff election between incumbent Boris Tadic and Tomislav Nikolic. While both oppose the secession of Kosovo, Tadic apparently is not prepared to impose sanctions or trade embargos against the West (meaning the U.S. for one), which […]

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