President of the Srebrenica Historical Project
To no one’s real surprise, Bolivia’s deposed President Evo Morales was resoundingly vindicated in last Sunday’s election.
The collapse has been reflected in the degeneration of American politics and vulgarization of public discourse in particular.
The recent passing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg seems to have provoked more jubilation and color revolution scheming against President Trump than heartfelt bereavement.
The three decade-old NATO-friendly regime has been dealt a blow which certainly marks the beginning of its terminal decline.
Perhaps Moscow is not wide off the mark when it insists that any Kosovo outcome that it could recognize, besides satisfying UN Security Council Resolution 1244, must also be acceptable to the Serbian people.
The ICTY had to have its cut-out, cartoon character “good and bad guys”, Stephen Karganovic writes. One of its best known cut-out villains is Dr Radovan Karadzic, the war-time leader of the Bosnian Serbs.
Electric cars, to put it very simply, run on lithium batteries, and Bolivia just happens to be a major supplier of that ore. No lithium, no Tesla or any other electric vehicles.
The second forced reconversion of the Orthodox cathedral of Hagia Sophia into a mosque is part of a larger design of the current rulers to reconfigure Turkey back from a secular republic to a resurgent neo-Ottoman state.
The unanswered questions about Srebrenica are not mere trifles. They go to the very core of what happened and why.
Sensible people with a modicum of historical perspective are raising the question that until recently they dared only whisper: Quo vadis United States of America?