President of the Srebrenica Historical Project
The virtual disappearance of the flu (from official reporting anyway) may corroborate Dr. Fuellmich’s thesis that its patients have simply been reclassified as Covid victims, Stephen Karganovic writes.
The clear rejection by the Ecuadoran electorate of Moreno and everything he stands for is bound to perturb those who imagine that thеse countries and their ancient peoples are squatters in their “back yard.”
The stage is being set in the Republic of Srpska for what in Texas they call a double whammy.
The rapacious conduct of the big hyenas is being replicated by their camp followers. Not to be outdone, Kosovo Albanians are laying claim to Serbian cultural monuments in Kosovo.
The rhythm and quality of everyday life are being transformed in ways that only days ago would have struck most as the demented ramblings of a lunatic on psychedelic drugs, Stephen Karganovic writes.
The first and most overpowering impression upon seeing a great state suddenly plunged into agony and disarray is sheer disbelief at “how the mighty have fallen”.
Under the radar, largely undetected due to the distractions of Covid-19 shenanigans, a new and hitherto sparsely employed obstructionist device has been activated…
A cleverly concocted diplomatic scandal is shaking up the political scene in Bosnia and more widely in the Balkans. A quick cui bono? question yields perfectly obvious answers, and they all point westward.
To no one’s real surprise, Bolivia’s deposed President Evo Morales was resoundingly vindicated in last Sunday’s election.