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Tadic wins: what's the future of Serbia?

Political analyst, Victoria Panova

1977 - Born in Moscow
1999 - Graduates, Moscow State University of International Relations
2000 - Intern, Foreign Policy Planning Department, G8 Unit, Foreign Ministry, Moscow
2001 - Lecturer, English for political sciences, English Department, Moscow State University of International Relations
2003 - Member, G8 Research Group Field Team, International Media Centre, G8 summits at Evian, Gleneagles, St. Petersburg, Heiligendamm
2003 - Regional Director, g8 Research Group Moscow Office, University of Toronto, Canada
2004 - Senior lecturer in international relations, Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy of Russia, Moscow State University of International Relations
2005 - Receives PhD in International Relations, Moscow State University of International Relations
2005 - Member, Advisory Council and National Working Group, Civil G8
2007 - Lectures, Cambridge University

The Serbian presidential election is considered to be a choice between greater European integration and further isolation from the West. The official results are yet to be announced, but it is obvious, that Serbia's pro-Western president Boris Tadic has won re-election in a contest with Nationalist Tomislav Nikolic. Does this narrow victory mean that the struggle over the country's foreign policy and the status of Kosovo is not over? Political analyst, Victoria Panova is the guest in our studio to answer this question.