Critics say The International Criminal Court's move Monday to indict Sudan's president for war crimes may hamper peace.
The pending charges by the international court have put the UN on edge, as it fears reprecussions against its peacekeepers in Darfur.
Obrad Savic targets the next generation with a message about breaking accepted Balkan stereotypes.
Despite Russian and Serbian opposition, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon said Friday the UN would gradually cede its role.
A symptom of Westernization: Serbs read and write as well with the Latin alphabet.
The victory of his pro-EU party Sunday defied the Western view of Serbs as unwilling to let go of historical grievances. Now, a peaceful future seems possible.
The Democratic Party received 39 percent of the vote to Radicals' 29 percent. But coalition-building maneuvers mean the shape of the next government is still unclear.
On Sunday, Serbs will weigh in on whether to pursue a pro-European Union path or a more nationalistic, anti-Western route.
Cedomir Jovanovic is urging a new brand of politics ahead of the May 11 elections.
A product of the criminal Milosevic era, its odd nostalgia is the soundtrack to a new wave of nationalism.