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June 21, 1993 | DOYLE McMANUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Clinton Administration has approved the launch of Radio Free Serbia, a U.S.-funded radio service aimed at weakening Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic by breaking his near-monopoly on Yugoslavia's media, officials said Sunday. The new radio service, an addition to the Radio Free Europe network that broadcast to the Soviet satellite states during the Cold War, is expected to be on the air by the end of the summer.
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September 10, 2000 | Michael Soller, Michael Soller is Opinion articles editor
Yugoslavia's slide into murder and war in 1991 was precipitous, but the nationalism that touched it off emerged during communism's last days. Independent Serbian journalist Veran Matic, one of the Yugoslav government's most vocal critics and most frequent victims, watched in the late 1980s as his country's state-run media created a culture of fear. Now he has joined the call for a truth and reconciliation commission for the Balkans.
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OPINION
September 10, 2000 | Michael Soller, Michael Soller is Opinion articles editor
Yugoslavia's slide into murder and war in 1991 was precipitous, but the nationalism that touched it off emerged during communism's last days. Independent Serbian journalist Veran Matic, one of the Yugoslav government's most vocal critics and most frequent victims, watched in the late 1980s as his country's state-run media created a culture of fear. Now he has joined the call for a truth and reconciliation commission for the Balkans.
NEWS
June 21, 1993 | DOYLE McMANUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Clinton Administration has approved the launch of Radio Free Serbia, a U.S.-funded radio service aimed at weakening Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic by breaking his near-monopoly on Yugoslavia's media, officials said Sunday. The new radio service, an addition to the Radio Free Europe network that broadcast to the Soviet satellite states during the Cold War, is expected to be on the air by the end of the summer.
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