I doubt Zagreb-based journalists provide reports about events inSerbia.
The author of the rather disengenuous WorldPress Review article on Croatia, Ms. Katarina Subasic, is the Belgrade Correspondent for Agence Free Press. A fellow of the US-based Freedom Forum media support institute,Ms. Subasic unfortunately appears to be unable or unwilling to avoid ethnically opinionated writing. It is also not fair on the part of WPR to have a reporter from a formerly aggresive neighbor to treat this very sensitive ethnic relations issue in Croatia. I doubt Zagreb-based journalists provide reports about events in Serbia.
In a previous article Subasic tried to persuade the outside world that the fall of Milosevic saw a complete turnaround of the Serbian media from one of state mouthpiece to one of full independence. This is of course nonsensee nor does that kind of advocacy reporting contribute to genuine media democratic reform in Serbia. It does hoever evince that tiresome and recognizeable Serbian habit of trying to deny Serbian guilt for the horrors of the Balkan wars by falsely accusing others of doing the same. A pitty as this only retards the necessary process of reconciliation. But before reconciliation must come admission and contrition. Subasic had an opportunity to help us move towards that goal but prove unable to move beyond her own ethnic bias.