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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


 

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


 

Modern Nazism as the Driving Force of Euro-Atlantic Integration

The growth of Nazism that has taken place in Europe over the last few years, the increased activities of fascist groups, the cultivation of fascist ideology at the level of individual state leaders, and the repeated attempts to revise the outcome of the Second World War all have deep-rooted causes. At the heart of this phenomenon is the desire of the Western architects of a ‘new world order’ to use modern Nazism as an instrument of European integration, which has already more or less merged with Euro-Atlantic integration...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 01.05.2015


 

A “Good Day” for NATO?

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«Merciful Angel» and Ukraine

Last December President Poroshenko submitted a bill to the parliament on ending the country's non-aligned status. The bill was voted into law, the status was abandoned. NATO membership was declared to be a national priority... Ukrainian social networks and media often mention Serbia’s plans to join the North Atlantic alliance when it comes to discussing the Ukraine-NATO relationship. On March 24, Serbia marks the 16th anniversary of NATO bombings. This is the time to remember what happened then. Perhaps these reminiscences will cool down the Ukraine’s enthusiasm towards the idea of «Euro Atlantic integration»...

Maria VOINOVA | 24.03.2015


 

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


 

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


 

Kosovo and Ukraine: US-NATO Operations, Compare and Contrast

There have been at least two countries in Europe in recent history that undertook ‘anti-terrorist’ military operations against ‘separatists’, but got two very different reactions from the Western elite.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 21.08.2014


 

That’s the Way it Started 70 Years Ago: Bloody Easter in Sky over Belgrade

Seventy years ago the people in Belgrade became victims of air strikes delivered by British-US aircraft. It happened as the holiday was marked on April 16, 1944. This day went down in history as Bloody Easter... As the tradition goes, Serbia remembers in prayers those who died in April 1944 as well as those who lost lives in the even more horrible bombings of 1999. They all became victims of the West’s policy towards the Slav peoples of South-Eastern Europe...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 22.04.2014




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The US has made its partner a target for Russian air strikes. According to Russian Interfax-AVN agency, the Russian Ministry of Defense has taken a decision to deploy a squadron of long-range, supersonic bombers Tu-22М3 with variable sweep wing to Crimea with the option of eventually sending an entire regiment to the peninsula in response to Eastern European NATO allies' reinforcement plans. An air force squadron normally consists of between 10 and 24 military aircraft, however it can include more. A regiment consists of several squadrons...

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