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European Respiratory Journal, ISSN 0903-1936, 01/2018, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp. 1700991 - 1700991
Journal Article
2004, Issue 1/20, 1
More than three weeks after the 28 December parliamentary elections, Serbia doesn’t yet have a new government, due to heavy negotiations inside and among... 
Politics
Magazine Article
2004, Issue 10/05, 1
The second round of local elections shows an undecided country. 
Politics
Magazine Article
Balkan Reconstruction Report, 2004, Issue 1/12
Serbia's parliamentary elections show a fractured and angry electorate. 
Politics
Journal Article
Balkan Reconstruction Report, 2003, Issue 9/29
Serbian authorities applaud themselves for tobacco industry privatizations, but analysts say the deals won’t cure the ailing economy. 
Politics
Journal Article
Balkan Reconstruction Report, 2003, Issue 12/08
Basketball players from Serbia and Montenegro have turned out to be the country’s best export and some of the NBA’s most-wanted. 
Politics
Journal Article
2003, Issue 12/02, 1
As Serbia’s political parties gear up for key December parliamentary elections, nationalists are softening their look and former ruling parties are trying to... 
Politics
Magazine Article
2004, Issue 9/20, 1
The governing party looks likely to lose seats on municipal councils across Serbia, and pro-autonomy forces fare poorly in Vojvodina. 
Politics
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2004, Issue 4/06, 1
The day after Serbia adopts a new law on financial assistance to indicted war criminals, the United States freezes $25 million in aid, citing lack of... 
Politics
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