President of the Srebrenica Historical Project
The long cordial relations between the United States and Azerbaijan (since the dissolution of the Soviet Union at least) have lately taken some interesting twists and turns, Stephen Karganovich writes.
The social control experiment using virus is performing magnificently by implanting a sense of helplessness, dependence, and blind conformism.
The pressure that has been brought on the Church in Montenegro is not an isolated phenomenon but part of a “broader pattern.”
As from time to time has been the case, Western sources have again disclosed some information about Srebrenica in July 1995, which until recently was kept confidential and therefore not available to the public.
The emerging pattern of lawlessness in virtually every segment of international affairs is acutely exemplified in the postmodern diplomatic row between the government of Mexico and the Bolivian coup regime.
Most Balkan contenders would love to be “genocided” by their local enemies provided, however, that they survived to tell the tale to the tabloid media. It is a pity that there appear to be no adults in the room to restrain their exuberance.
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.
A strange spy affair broke out in Balkan Casablanca, aka Serbia, on Wednesday…
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.
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.