News in Review Yugoslavia After Milosevic: Tentative Hope

News in Review Yugoslavia After Milosevic: Tentative Hope

In this latest News in Review story on the troubled Balkans, we see a nation slowly emerging from years of ethnic conflict, suffering, international sanctions and isolation. We also review the victory of self-determination as a result of a popular revolt against Slobodan Milosevic, who refused to accept the will of the people in a democratic election. A story requiring caution, this report shows Yugoslavia reintegrating into Europe and the world community. The rapturous response that greeted new president Vojislav Kostunica is also tempered with the realization that ethnic tensions, internal divisions and issues of disputed territory have not been resolved.

  • 2000
  • 00:17:15
  • 13-14
  • Added on: 12/15/2000
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Edition
December 2000
Subjects
Riots -- Serbia -- Belgrad [LCSH] Yugoslavia -- History [LCSH] Yugoslavia -- Ethnic relations [LCSH] Yugoslavia -- Politics and government -- 1992-2003 [LCSH] Presidents -- Yugoslavia [LCSH] Social sciences [LCSH] World history [LCSH]
Team
Knowlton Nash (Host), Don Murray (Journalist), Brian Stewart (Journalist), Carol Off (Journalist)
Closed captioning
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