Serbia's New Man

A TIME Field Guide

When Vojislav Kostunica swept to the presidency in Serbia last fall in an orgy of street celebrations and political intrigue, Zoran Djindjic was largely out of sight. But last week Serbia's dynamic opposition leader returned to the stage as the country's first post-Milosevic Prime Minister. It's a crucial job. As Kostunica struggles to preserve the defunct Yugoslav federation of Serbia and Montenegro, Djindjic will have to jump-start the moribund economy and modernize the country, while selling the world on the idea of a new Serbia.


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