News from Belgrade

The Harvard Club of Serbia celebrated the country’s new government—which includes President Boris Tadic, a participant in a Kennedy School executive education program, plus the deputy prime minister, Bozidar Djelic, M.B.A.-M.P.A. ’91, and the minister of foreign affairs, Vuk Jeremic, M.P.A. ’03—with a month-long exhibition at the National Library on Serbian-United States relations. A lively town-hall-style debate with students and leaders was also held on June 30, according to club president Mary E. Black, M.P.H. ’90. The exhibition may be viewed at the club’s website,, through next year.

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