Aleksa Djilas Session Overview

Independent Scholar

Aleksa Djilas is an independent writer based in Belgrade since 1993.  Djilas was a critic of President Milošević’s policies during the Balkans War.  His books include The Balkans and American Foreign Policy and The Contested Country. His papers have appeared in prominent popular and academic journals. Djilas has been a Fellow at the Harvard University Center for International Affairs and the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars. He is the son of Yugoslavia’s great dissident Milovan Djilas.

 

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