Dusko Doder

Dusko Doder, a former Moscow correspondent for the Washington Post, is the author of Shadows and Whispers: Power Politics Inside the Kremlin From Brezhnev to Gorbachev and the Gorbachev biography Heretic in the Kremlin. His latest book, written with Louise Branson, is Milosevic: Portrait of a Tyrant (Free Press).

Balkans Breakdown Balkans Breakdown

With former Serbian dictator Slobodan Milosevic finally under arrest, the time is right for a wider look at the Balkans. George W. Bush should seize the moment to deal expeditious...

Apr 12, 2001 / Editorial / Dusko Doder

DU in the Balkans DU in the Balkans

Like much of the Western involvement in the former Yugoslavia, the intense and often heated debate in NATO over the possible ill effects of depleted-uranium ammunition largely ign...

Jan 26, 2001 / Feature / Dusko Doder

Letter From Bosnia Letter From Bosnia

Bosnia is an example of what is not working.

Jan 26, 2001 / Feature / Dusko Doder

Russia’s Potemkin Leader Russia’s Potemkin Leader

Modern Russian history, as taught by Clinton Administration spin doctors and Op-Ed pundits, holds that Boris Yeltsin dismembered the Soviet Union and set Russia on a historic pat...

Jan 11, 2001 / Books & the Arts / Dusko Doder

How We Made the Balkans How We Made the Balkans

When the Pulitzer prizes were announced in April, surprisingly none of the hundreds of journalists covering the war in the Balkans last year were among the winners.

May 25, 2000 / Books & the Arts / Dusko Doder