Stephen Karganovic

President of the Srebrenica Historical Project

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December 3, 2019
Thanksgiving Reflections on the Cruel Hegemon

The visible physical decline of the hegemonic empire has impacted its demeanor in the direction of unfettered nastiness, practiced externally and internally, in all its relations and dealings.

November 23, 2019
Made to Order Spy Affair Rocks Serbia

A strange spy affair broke out in Balkan Casablanca, aka Serbia, on Wednesday…

November 15, 2019
Bolivia: More Lessons From a Noble Experiment Gone Awry

Poor, naive Evo Morales. Instead of seeking secure refuge in a sovereign friendly country, he must be languishing now in the catacombs of Mexico City, where his tormentors are making sure that he will remain isolated.

November 2, 2019
‘NATO Orthodoxy’ v. Orthodox Russia

NATO planners are still mindful of Zbigniew Brzezinski’s fear that should Moscow manage to bring Ukraine back into its fold it would automatically acquire the means to once again become a great imperial power, stretching across Europe and Asia.

October 19, 2019
Handke: The Nobel Literature Prize Committee Finally Gets Something Right

In contrast to the series of politically suitable but utterly forgettable literary non-entities over the last decades, the winner Handke has undoubtedly earned the honor, but prudence requires that we also keep an eye on the political context.

June 9, 2019
Canadian ‘Srebrenica Genocide Denial Law’: When Even the Truth Is No Defense

In the immortal words of Diana Johnstone, the “denial” of Srebrenica “genocide” is sufficiently justified by the fact that it is not true. The Srebrenica lobby and its eager acolytes in Canada’s Federal Parliament in Ottawa should grow up and accept that.

May 14, 2019
Mysterious Assassination Rocks the Serb Republic

The goal of dragging Bosnia and Herzegovina into NATO before the impending global conflict is unleashed, if need be kicking and screaming, will be pursued by all available destabilizing instruments and at any price.

February 25, 2019
ICTY’s Kristoff Flugge: A Judge Who (to Paraphrase Shakespeare) Protesteth Too Much

Judge Flugge is remembered for emitting some impressive integrity noises at the beginning of his Hague Tribunal career, just as he seems to have done it now at the very end.

November 12, 2018
Mega Srebrenica in Iraq Causes Mostly a Yawn

The prospects of “unworthy” Iraqi victims in the provinces of Nineveh, Kirkuk, Salahuddin and Anbar for securing the benevolent attention of Western justice are bleak, writes Stephen Karganovic.

October 4, 2018
Targeted in the Balkans: Russia’s Tiny Ally Republic of Srpska

NATO and the EU are staging another color revolution to install in the Republic of Srpska their own bought and paid for set of collaborators, committed to do their bidding.