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Tony Blair and the Hidden Agenda of Serbian Policy

The appointment of former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair as advisor to the head of the Serbian government, Aleksandar Vučić, has rocked the media. The Russian television channel RT referred to the decision as an attempt at the «political suicide» of the Serbian prime minister... The principle of running with the hare and hunting with the hounds is a bad principle. Attempts to have a foot in both camps have little in common with the art of diplomacy and rarely end well...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 28.02.2015


 

Brussels’s Next Balkans Ersatz State: Vojvodina

If the Brussels-based European Union and NATO have their way, the Serbian province of Vojvodina will join Kosovo, previously carved by the European Union and NATO from Serbia as an ethnic Albanian state run by the terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), as the next ersatz independent state in the Balkans... 

Wayne MADSEN | 15.02.2015


 

Dayton for Ukraine

With all the agreements reached, the talks in Minsk have left a lot of unsolved problems. The main one is defining the territorial status of what some call separate areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions while others view them as the Donetsk and Luhansk people’s republics. I believe that the experience of the Dayton 1995 accords could be useful here. Obviously the Dayton (Bosnian) model is relevant in the case of Ukraine...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 15.02.2015


 

Genocide against Serbs of Croatia: Did it Take Place?

The United Nations International Court of Justice delivered the verdict in the landmark case «Croatia vs. Serbia» on February 3. The Republic of Croatia filed the suit against Serbia in 1999 to accuse it of committing genocide during the armed conflict on the territory of former Yugoslavia in 1991-1994. The barefaced impudence comparable with the affirmations about Russia being «an aggressor» made Serbia respond...

Alexander MEZYAEV | 07.02.2015


 

Сhina - Europe: New Alliance? (II)

Hungary and Serbia are the main recipients of Chinese investments in Central and Eastern Europe. According to estimates, China has invested a few billions of euros in their economy. As of 2013, China invested €300 million in Poland and €114 million in Romania. ... Besides, in late October China took a decision to grant Montenegro a €687 loan to fund its part of the high-speed railway. At the same time, Beijing signed a preliminary agreement with Bosnia and Herzegovina on funding a 62-km highway. The goal is to build an integrated pan-Balkan transport infrastructure. Adding to the Piraeus port upgrade project, the Danube Bridge opening ceremony took place at the time of the China and Central and Eastern European Countries meeting. 

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 09.01.2015


 

Serbia to Claim Reparations as the First Victim of WWIII

Today, one often hears that the world is on the brink of World War  III . Some believe it has already started and that it began on 11 September 2001, when an act of provocation carried out in New York gave the United States the opportunity to invade Afghanistan under the pretext of «combating international terrorism». Some point to an even earlier starting point for World War  III  – NATO aggression against Yugoslavia in March 1999. And what happened in Yugoslavia at the end of the 20th century is now being repeated in Ukraine. The escalation of an undeclared Third World War continues. The time has now come to begin preparations for a ‘new Potsdam’...

Valentin KATASONOV | 29.10.2014


 

New Сracks in the anti-Russian Front

The anti-Russian colours that the policies of the European Commission and the US administration are painted in regarding the introduction of economic sanctions against Russia are slowly losing their lustre and beginning to peel off. Within the European Union there are pockets of internal resistance to the anti-Russian policy that are particularly noticeable against the feverish attempts by Brussels to force Serbia and other countries, where the mirage of joining the EU still seems to be a bit like reaching the Promised Land, to join in with the sanctions... 

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 17.10.2014


 

Putin Speaks: Will Washington Listen?

In an interview today with Politika, a Serbian newspaper, Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, said that it is futile and dangerous for the US and its European puppets to blackmail Russia and that the Exceptional Nation and its vassals should consider the risks that are inherent in aggressive disputes between countries heavily armed with nuclear weapons. Putin noted that Obama took a hostile attitude toward Russia in Obama’s UN speech to the General Assembly on September 24 when Obama declared Russia to be one of the three threats to the world along with the Islamic State and ebola. President Putin said that unilateral and punitive actions taken against Russia can provoke a crisis, and that if Washington’s purpose is to”isolate our country, it is an absurd and illusory goal.”

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 17.10.2014


 

Liberate Belgrade!

The events of recent days show the European Union is concerned over the upcoming visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Belgrade. What if he takes Serbia away? Some Serbian media outlets have even rebuked the government for «reshaping the historic calendar». The big military parade to mark the 70 th anniversary of Serbian capital’s liberation from Nazi Germany’s forces is scheduled to take place on the very day of the Russian President’s visit... It’s quite understandable that the forces exerting pressure on Belgrade to make it join anti-Russia sanctions support the neo-Nazi regime in Kiev. In October 1944 the Soviet and Yugoslav soldiers fought the enemy together under the slogan «Liberate Belgrade!» It won’t be a surprise if this call will be heard again.

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 16.10.2014


 

Serbia’s Foreign Policy: Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place?

“We will support the geographic integrity of all UN member states including Ukraine,” stated the prime minister of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, during a speech last week delivered at the 2014 Belgrade Security Forum. An audience member immediately retorted via Twitter: “How come then Serbia abstained from Resolution 68/262?” The UN General Assembly Resolution 68/262 from March 2014 entitled, “Territorial Integrity of Ukraine,” confirmed the invalidity of the 2014 Crimean referendum and furthermore emphasized that the Crimean peninsula is an integral part of Ukraine.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 15.10.2014




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Tony Blair and the Hidden Agenda of Serbian Policy

The appointment of former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair as advisor to the head of the Serbian government, Aleksandar Vučić, has rocked the media. The Russian television channel RT referred to the decision as an attempt at the «political suicide» of the Serbian prime minister... The principle of running with the hare and hunting with the hounds is a bad principle. Attempts to have a foot in both camps have little in common with the art of diplomacy and rarely end well...

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