Stories about Serbia from February, 2006
Anna of annasblog writes about skiing in Montenegro and taking a recently installed cable road to Tirana's Dajti Mountain.
Mat Savelli of Roma Roma and a commenter named Owen discuss implications of the impending lawsuit against Serbia and other issues relevant to the region's stability.
As the talks on the future of Kosovo have begun in Vienna, Balkan Update sums up the history of the conflict and looks at the possible outcome and the future of this Serbian province seeking independence.
Chantelle of One Small Lawyer's Big Adventure writes about what she thinks can only happen in Serbia (but which, in fact, is also true about Russia and Ukraine and, possibly, the rest of this part of the world).
Desperate Serbwife writes about Serbia's “overlooked gem”: vegetables that are full of taste.
East Ethnia reports that Tomislav Nikolic, leader of extreme nationalist Serbian Radical Party, said that “if Kosovo were to be granted independence, Serbia should declare it to be ‘occupied territory,’ and should seek to recover it ‘by any means possible'” – and that prime minister Vojislav Kostunica had agreed to...
David McDuff writes that Russia may acquiesce to a plan that would split Kosovo from Serbia and Montenegro to pressure the West into a quid pro quo deal that would result in recognition of the pro-Russian republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, both of which are legally part of Georgia.