U.S. media assistance in Serbia, July 1997-June 2002

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Bureau for Policy and Program Coordination , [Washington, D.C.]
United States. -- Agency for International Development, Press -- Serbia -- History -- 20th century, Freedom of the press -- Serbia, Mass media -- Serbia -- History -- 20th century, Technical assistance, American -- Serbia, Economic assistance, American -- S
Other titlesU.S. media assistance programs in Serbia, United States media assistance in Serbia, July 1997-June 2002, United States media assistance programs in Serbia
StatementRich McClear, Suzi McClear, and Peter Graves.
SeriesPPC evaluation working paper -- no. 10
ContributionsMcClear, Suzi., Graves, Peter., United States. Agency for International Development. Bureau for Policy and Program Coordination.
LC ClassificationsPN5355.S4 M33 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 33 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16424386M
LC Control Number2007467318

Serbia has been a Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI) partner sincebenefiting from an additional $ million in U.S. security assistance aimed at enhancing Belgrade’s capability to train and deploy U.S. media assistance in Serbia forces.

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1 Another provision in foreign operations appropr iations bills in recent years has dealt with U.S. aid to Serbia (in the FY Cons olidated Appropriations Act, it is Division J, Section ). It has conditioned U.S. aid to all countries, entities and municipalities in. With U.S.

assistance, Serbia has implemented reforms to its labor law, construction permitting, and inspection oversight. These reforms have translated into significant improvements in Serbia’s rankings in the World Bank’s Doing Business report, in which the country now ranks 44th in the world in overall ease of doing business.

Due to the rapidly shrinking space for independent media, almost all independent voices have migrated to the web. According to the SHARE Foundation, the number of on-line media registered in Serbia has quadrupled in U.S. media assistance in Serbia last two years, from 35 in to in In the first two months of alone, an additional 65 on-line media sites were registered.

Since the year ofthe EU supported media in Serbia with €33 million. The assistance to the media focused on direct support to media in quality investigative reporting, trainings for journalists and assistance in the transformation of the public media services. This report discusses the current state of Serbia; the U.S.

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media assistance in Serbia is seeking to integrate into the European Union (EU), but its progress has been hindered by a failure to arrest remaining indicted war criminals, and by tensions with the United States and many EU countries over the independence of Serbia's Kosovo province.

This report discusses these issues in addition to issues regarding U.S. This book is a unique contribution to both media studies and contemporary politics. It analyzes the American media's structure and its role in shaping perceptions of the crisis in the former Yugoslavia, and looks at the key issues involved, from self-determination to genocide.

Sadkovich sees the failure of the U.S. media and the West as having prolonged and even aggravated the conflict in the. Open access library to various primary sources from Serbia's history.

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Serbia is a demographically old nation, with % of its residents being aged 65 years and older in The previous two decades of turbulent history have significantly affected the demographic picture of this country, and their ramifications remain visible in Serbia's economic, political, cultural, and health spheres.

Major demographic forces behind population aging in Serbia can be. From he worked as the Coordinator of the Reform of the Labour Inspectorate of Serbia, and for the UNDP as the Project Manager of the Capacity building of the Ministry of Labour and Employment of Serbia in   Serbia is currently seeking to integrate into the European Union (EU), but its progress has been hindered by a failure to arrest remaining indicted war criminals and by tensions with the United States and most EU countries over the independence of Serbia's Kosovo province.

This report describes the current unstable political conditions in Serbia and Serbia's relations with the U.S. and EU nations. Army units, through the regionally aligned forces concept, may find themselves conducting security force assistance (SFA) missions across the globe as a means to achieve these ways.

However, after examining the Army’s SFA mission in Operation IRAQI FREEDOM fromit becomes apparent that institutional and organizational shortcomings. Sincethe United States has provided nearly $1 billion in assistance to Serbia-strengthening the rule of law, increasing good governance, fostering inclusive economic growth, supporting cultural preservation, and helping local communities repair infrastructure and become stronger.

The interactive map on this page provides examples of some of the construction projects, roads, equipment.

The media sector was thus reformed slowly and incoherently, after a long delay. InSerbia had print media, radio stations, TV stations and 66 online media.

Almost million Serbian citizens regularly read print media every day and listen to radio for on average almost three hours a day. The media universe consisted of large numbers of English-language sources deriving from wire services (including AFP, AP, DPA, Reuters, and many others), European, Canadian, and U.S.

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Serbia–United States relations are bilateral relations between the Republic of Serbia and the United States of were first established in with the Kingdom of Serbia.

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The Serbian Constitution guarantees Serbian citizens the right to a trial within a reasonable amount of time. This right has also been guaranteed to Serbian citizens at the international level sincewhen Serbia became a member of the Council of Europe and a signatory to the European Convention of Human Rights.

In reality, the U.S. role in the recent political history of Serbia, like the recent political history of the Balkans overall, is more complicated than it first appears. While Serbian war-crimes against the ethnic Albanian majority in Kosovo in the late s were all too real, the week NATO bombing campaign was immoral, illegal, and.

The U.S. shared normalized relations with Yugoslavia until when Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Macedonia all seceded. The republics of Serbia and Montenegro declared a new Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) in April Onthe U.S. announced that it would not recognize the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

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On Apthe United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Government of Serbia will sign amendments to two assistance agreements, providing an additional U.S.

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