The New York Times December 1, 1996 Ambitious Serb Takes On His Less Telegenic Twin By: Chris Hedges BELGRADE, Serbia, Nov. 30[.....]
Such talk, nevertheless, makes Western diplomats jittery. While most profess a distaste for Mr. Milosevic's authoritarian style, they have come to see him as a reliable ally since his decision to support the agreement that ended the war in Bosnia.
"Djindjic makes us nervous," a senior diplomat said, "because, like Milosevic, we are not sure he really believes in anything other than power. Milosevic has a lot of blood on his hands, a lot to answer for and a lot to cover up. He is easier to pressure and control. He wants to always show us he is making amends."