Two weeks ago, a group of Serbian expat academics in the UK posted a scathing and detailed critique
of the Ph.D. dissertation of Serbian Minister of Internal Affairs, Nebojša Stefanović
, alleging plagiarism and academic fraud. The authors claimed that the "procurement of dubious academic degrees ... is a serious problem in the Serbian system of higher education" and promised to "to continue to examine suspicious doctoral and masters dissertations belonging to other public figures in Serbia." The reaction has not been uneventful:
posted by pjenks
on Jun 14, 2014 -
is a photographer from Belgrade, Serbia. He uses photography to document social change to his environment and events in his homeland. He has covered some of the most important events in the region: war in Kosovo in 1998, NATO maneuvers in Italy in 1998 and intervention in 1999, numerous anti-regime protests 1996-2000, events surrounding the fall of government in Belgrade in October 2000, the crisis in southern Serbia. More recently, he has published new photos from the conflict in Israel and Palestine, every day life in Gaza,
and reportage from the Faroe Islands. [some images NSFW - war violence and gore] [more inside]
posted by netbros
on Jul 30, 2008 -
The F117A Swan Song, the Fall of the Belgrade Embassy...and China Rising
China Matters blog offers a fascinating take on "the role that the Belgrade bombing seems to play as the creation myth of the birth of the 21st Chinese strategic military doctrine, founded on the assumption that the U.S. will unscrupulously use its military, diplomatic, and propaganda advantages not only to contain China but even to attack it when need, desire, and circumstances permit."
posted by Abiezer
on Apr 29, 2008 -
Serbian premier assasinated
He was shot in front of government offices at around 1300 local time, (1200 GMT).
I know some people are going to cry Newsfilter, but I believe this is worth posting.
posted by tomcosgrave
on Mar 12, 2003 -
Got to give it to the people in Yougoslavia... This is damn impressive and it looks like the end of Milosevic. Europe is almost completely democratic now!
posted by TNLNYC
on Oct 5, 2000 -
Not with a whimper, but a bang...
The Belgrade parliament is in flames. The State television building is broadcasting for Free Serbia. If you can get a stream, FreeB92 is the place to be listening. The revolution may not be televised, but this it has its own weblog
posted by holgate
on Oct 5, 2000 -