Yugoslavia's new President, Vojislav Kostunica, met with TIME's Andrew Purvis and Dejan Anastasijevic in Belgrade.
Q. Are you concerned that the old regime will attempt a counter-coup?
A. There are no chances for that. That notion is based on the idea that the Milosevic regime can't be beaten. But he has lost. And now his party is in disarray.
Q. Should Milosevic be tried for war crimes?
A. At this moment, I am not thinking about that. We are burdened by all sorts of difficulties concerning the social and economic situation. An instant trial in the Hague would endanger...