Robert talks to Aleksa Djilas, Public Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, about the apparent winner in the Yugoslav election, Vojislav Kostunica. Djilas says Kostunica is not corrupt, has no ties to Milosevic, is educated, a legal scholar and respects the rule of law.



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