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Islamic State Coming to Balkans (II) (Not All Immigrants are Asylum Seekers)

Nowadays one can meet young people on the streets of Serbian cities who don’t speak the language and don’t look like refugees. Physically fit, respectful and polite, they normally walk in groups of three trying not to attract attention. According to local media, the majority of immigrants settling down in Serbia are men younger than 27. Muslims account for 94% of the immigrants. 56% of refugees remaining in Serbia are single. They don’t like being photographed. Many of them are men of means, in some cases the money is sent by relatives... 

Elena GUS’KOVA | 10.07.2015


 

Islamic State Coming to Balkans (I)

The waves of refugees from the Middle East hit Europe. It’s not something new for the continent and the Balkans. In the recent 25 years migration, including people evicted from homes and war refugees, has become routine. Serbs left Croatia, Kosovo, the Muslim part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croats left Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jews left Croatia and Bosnia. Last year Albanians unexpectedly went away from Kosovo. According to some reports 100 thousand of them crossed the Serbian border going to Hungary and other European countries...

Elena GUS’KOVA | 09.07.2015


 

From Kosovo to Crimea — Tales of Referendums

Following the death of President Tito in 1980 the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia slid towards chaos. In the 1990s the plunge accelerated into civil war and one of the regions most affected was Kosovo from which Serbia withdrew after a NATO bomb and rocket offensive from 24 March to 11 June 1999. That blitz involved over 1,000 mainly American aircraft conducting some 38,000 airstrikes on Yugoslavia that killed approximately 500 civilians and destroyed much of the economic and social infrastructure of the region...

Brian CLOUGHLEY | 28.06.2015


 

Prior to 9/11: US Covert Support to Al Qaeda in Macedonia, “Financing Both Sides”

This essay was first published by antiwar.com in April 2001, barely 5 months before the September 11, 2001 attacks on the WTC and the Pentagon. It was subsequently published by Global Research when the site was launched in September 2001. What is of utmost significance is that US military operatives on contract the Pentagon were involved in providing support to separatist forces with links to al Qaeda. 

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 15.06.2015


 

The idea of a ‘Greater Albania’, then and now (II)

The bloody disintegration of Yugoslavia orchestrated by global centres of power opened up new possibilities to the ideologists and practitioners of a ‘Greater Albania’. A key role in realising the plan now passed to military and political structures, first and foremost the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) and its ‘affiliates’ in neighbouring Balkan regions...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 15.06.2015


 

The idea of a ‘Greater Albania’, then and now (I)

The Albanian factor, an integral part of which involves the formation of a ‘Greater Albania’ in the region – a state uniting every area with an Albanian population – is playing an increasingly active role in developments in the Balkans and surrounding areas...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 14.06.2015


 

Macedonian Crisis: Uneasy Conscience Betrays Itself

...According to the recent news from Skopje, Nikola Gruevski said he would join the Turkish Stream and let it pass across the country’s territory only on the condition the plan is approved by European Commission. As soon as he said that, the criticism against him began to die down. EU Commissioner for Regional Policy Johannes Hahn is expected to visit the country on June 1. Together with US Ambassador Jess Baily (his participation gives an idea on who in reality controls the situation) they will try to act as intermediaries in an effort to make peace between the government and the opposition. The whole country was brought to the verge of civil war and dozens of people were sacrificed to serve the mercantile interests.

Dmitry MININ | 30.05.2015


 

Paul Craig Roberts: A Color Revolution for Macedonia

During the Cold War Washington was concerned about communists fomenting street protests that they could turn into revolutions, with groomed politicians waiting in the wings to take over the new government, thus expanding the Soviet empire. Today this is precisely what Washington does.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 23.05.2015


 

Macedonia: Playing Solitaire with Marked Cards

As the events in Macedonia unfold, the situation starts to look more like an orange revolution orchestrated from outside... The Albanian factor greatly influences the events. It may lead to involvement of other forces and even neighboring states... The United States and its allies in Brussels are accustomed to play with marked cards, it would be logical to expect the further exacerbation of the situation on the way of Turkish Stream. The destabilization plans may include Serbia, especially in the southern municipalities of municipalities of Presevo, Medvejda, and Bujanovac...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 22.05.2015


 

Who Instigates Tensions to Explode Macedonia?

Squeezed between Greece, Albania, Bulgaria, Serbia, the self-proclaimed region of Kosovo and Bulgaria Macedonia is facing an extremely explosive situation, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov speaking at the 125th Session of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe in Brussels. The Russian Foreign Ministry has emphasized that Western organizers of extreme situations are trying to push Macedonia into the abyss of color revolutions...

Georgy KOLAROV | 20.05.2015




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Based on public opinion surveys, the immigrant and refugee flows is the hottest topic on peoples’ minds that eclipse other issues leaving behind even the acute Eurozone crisis. It’s only logical...

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