Soldiers of Misfortune: Serbia’s Abandoned Army

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The men who fought for the Serbian cause in the 1990s are now fighting the state for rights and benefits. Their lowly status is in stark contrast to the privileges enjoyed by their victorious counterparts from neighbouring countries. This story traces Belgrade’s neglect of the veterans to its wartime defeats and denials. Report by Mirko Rudic. My edit for BfJE/Balkan Insight and The Guardian.

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Collective Punishment: A Forlorn Tale of Farm Privatisation in Croatia

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An investigation into the mismanagement and suspicious deals that stripped bare a Socialist-era farm – one privatisation scandal among many in the breadbasket of the former Yugoslavia. Report by Ana Benacic. My edit for BfJE/Balkan Insight and the Christian Science Monitor.

Adriatic pearl recovers its lustre

Tourism revenues help the historic Croatian port of Dubrovnik mend the scars of the Balkan conflict. BBC News, February 2005

Hague Portraits Capture Court Tensions

A Dutch artist reveals war crimes suspects in a new light.

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