Serbia’s Prudent Revolution

Issue Date July 2001
Volume 12
Issue 3
Page Numbers 96-110
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A bloodless revolution toppled the corruption-ridden 13-year-old regime of Slobodan Milosevic and brought to power a team led by committed democrats. Although strains exist within the new 18-party ruling coalition, there are strong reasons for it to hold together during the current period of transition.

About the Author

Damjan de Krnjevic-Miskovic, a doctoral candidate in political science at Boston College and an adjunct fellow at the Institute for Strategic Studies and Development in Belgrade, has written widely on Balkan affairs in leading American, French, and Serbian periodicals. This essay is dedicated to Mihailo Djuric on the occasion of his election to full membership in the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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