Stories about Serbia from June, 2009
Nothing against Serbia discusses Belgrade architecture and its influence by both Byzantine and nationalist heritage, illustrating his point with pictures and plans of the city's former main telephone exchange building.
Information Policy summarises a recent survey on the use of mobile devices as a tool of civil resistance in Serbia and Belarus, concluding that state surveillance of communication is making them increasingly difficult to use.
A Fistful of Euros writes about Agim Ceku and his arrest and release in Bulgaria last week.
Balkans via Bohemia looks at how the events in Iran “would play out vis a vis other successful and unsuccessful revolutions in the past two decades,” including those in Serbia, Czechoslovakia, Ukraine and China.
Belgraded explains why it would be a great thing if in 2010 Serbs, Macedonians and Montenegrins were allowed “to travel as tourists in European/Schengen area without visas.”
Balkans via Bohemia compares the current situation in Iran with the 2000 election in Serbia.
Belgraded comments on the Ratko Mladic videos recently aired on Bosnian TV.
A reaction to the footage of Ratko Mladic aired on a Bosnian TV station – at Rants of a Hyphenated Researcher: “These highly disturbing videos show the banality of evil: the man accused of murdering in cold blood 8000 young boys and men in Srebrenica, shelling Sarajevo on a daily...
A directory of “Twitter Celebs from Serbia” – at Belgraded.
Greater Surbiton reviews Savo Heleta's “Not My Turn to Die: Memoirs of a Broken Childhood in Bosnia.”