Croatia: THE "DISSIDENT"
REPORTER. IWPR journalist opens his secret police file to discover
that the Tudjman regime considered him and enemy of the state. By Drago
Hedl in Osijek. IWPR'S BALKAN CRISIS REPORT, NO. 302, December 10, 2001
SERBIA: RTV Bombing Case Openend.
By Marjorie Farquharson, IWPR's Tribunal Update 244, 12-17 November 2001
SERBIA: Burden of Alliance. By
Velimir Curgus Kazimir, Vreme 565, 1-11-2001
Wahrheiten in Mazedonien. Manipulierende Medien schüren den Konflikt.
By Claude Nicolet, Aargauer Zeitung, 29-10-2001
SERBIA: A new Bill on Public Information. HOW
THE LAW WAS TEMPERED. By Snezana Stefanovic, Media Online 15-10-2001
SERBIA: TV Tussle. by Dragan
Stojkovic, TOL 9 - 15 October 2001
Stability Pact for South-Eastern Europe - Media Task Force. Interviews
by Roland Brunner, Medienhilfe Ex-Jugoslawien:
- Representatives of the National Working
Groups from Croatia, BiH, Serbia and Macedonia
- Mr. Yasha Lange, Executive Secretary
of the Media Task Force.
MACEDONIA (on the impact of global Media): When
Fear Rules - 'Talking Is Over In Macedonia'. by Terence Sheridan,
Pacific News Service Article Dated 10/10/2001
SERBIA: BELGRADE EXPLOITS WAR ON TERROR.
By Zeljko Cvijanovic in Belgrade, IWPR'S BALKAN CRISIS REPORT, N0. 285,
October 3, 2001
SERBIA: EVERYONE'S GOT TO LEARN A LOT.
INTERVIEW WITH THE HEAD OF OSCE MEDIA DEPARTMENT IN FRY. By Snezana
Stefanovic, MediaOnline 27-SEP-2001.
Where Were You, Bin Laden?!
Zeljko Bajic, AIM
Skopje, September 24, 2001
Young Generation in Journalism. Interview with Senada Ćumurović,
Director of Radio BH1, By Radenko Udovičić, MediaOnline.
A BRIDGE ACROSS THE VARDAR Two
old colleagues bridge Macedonia's ethnic divide to engage in a frank
dialogue, and find that peace is possible - just. By Anthony Borden in
+ DIALOGUE IN SKOPJE between Kim
Mehmeti and Branko Geroski. IWPR'S
BALKAN CRISIS REPORT, NO. 282, September 21, 2001
to Stay Clear of Nationalism: Macedonian Shaky Peace in Albanian Media.
By Llazar Semini, Media Online, 27-08-2001
Croatian Women’s Press:
Women Between the Kitchen and the Beauty Parlor. By: Gordana Vilovic,
Media Online, 28-08-2001
Media - "Collateral Damage" of A Political Showdown. Murder
of the Former State Security Official Threatening to Change the Picture of
Serbia. By Vera Didanovic, AIM Belgrade.
IWPR'S BALKAN CRISIS REPORT, NO. 275, Part II, August 29, 2001
FOCUS ON BOSNIAN MEDIA:
- COMMENT: WASTED MILLIONS. By Zoran
Udovicic in Sarajevo
- THE BATTLE FOR
Tanya L. Domi in New York
SHAKE-UP. By Julie Harbin in Sarajevo
SERBIAN JOURNALISTS AT RISK.
Milosevic may be gone, but the mafia and the police continue the old habit
of attacking the messenger. By Ivan Nikolic in Belgrade, IWPR'S BALKAN
CRISIS REPORT, NO. 270
OSCE Press Release: OSCE condemns
irresponsible publication of personal data in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
9 August 2001
Power-Sharing in Media -
Integration of the Public? L. Kendall Palmer in Media Online, 8.8.2001
Der Krieg der Medien. Mazedonien
Unterschiedliche Berichte über gleiche Themen
. Von Sonia Bakaric, afp. Aargauer Zeitung 6.8.2001
'BIG BROTHER' GOES TO BOSNIA. Only
one thing marred TV viewers' enjoyment of the Bosnian version of 'Big
Brother' - nobody took their clothes off. By Ozren Kebo in Sarajevo,
IWPR'S BALKAN CRISIS REPORT, NO. 268, August 3, 2001
in Mazedonien. Werner van Gent, Tagesschau SF DRS, 31.7.2001
Media Coverage of the Macedonian
Environment. Monitoring period: July 2001. By the Institute for
Sociological, Political and Juridical Research Macedonia
RIGHT TO MONOLOGUE. By Heni Erceg,
GLEDE & UNATOC (Feral Tribune No. 823)
RELIGIONS AND CONFLICT IN MACEDONIA.
Institute for the Sociological, Political and Juridical Research,
Macedonia. Monitoring period: June 2001
A Dead Sea. The Croatian media,
after enduring ten years of repression under late President Franjo
Tudjman, seem poised to once again fall under the yoke of the government.
by Katarina Luketic
of the Public. Jelena Lovric, AIM Zagreb, June 26, 2001
REPORT: The Fall of OBN. Ruined by bad management, misunderstandings
and re-aligned international priorities, the most ambitious Western media
project in Bosnia collapses. By Julie Poucher Harbin in Sarajevo (May
2001) for IWPR.
HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE MONTENEGRIN MEDIA.
The Centre For Human Rights & Democracy (CEDEM) in Podgorica.
Monitoring period: May 2000
An Itemized List: Montenegrin Media during Election
Campaign. By Esad Kocan, Media Online 2001. Download-File