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The Brezhnev Doctrine Comes Alive in Montenegro
World
The Brezhnev Doctrine Comes Alive in Montenegro
October 2, 2020

What the collective West seems to be saying to Montenegrins these days is, “Democracy is a simple game – the people cast their ballots on election day and at the end, NATO and the EU always win. Or else…”

Montenegro Charts a New Course
September 6, 2020

The three decade-old NATO-friendly regime has been dealt a blow which certainly marks the beginning of its terminal decline.

Montenegro Charts a New Course
World
Did the Berlin Wall Just Fall in Montenegro?
World
Did the Berlin Wall Just Fall in Montenegro?
September 5, 2020

It may have been hard enough for the West to support a figure like Djukanovic for so long, but now he had become undefendable.

VIDEO: Kosovo Endgame: a Perfect Storm of Betrayal
August 30, 2020

From a Western Perspective Kosovo was liberated from a bloody conflict but for the Serbs and some others it was “partitioned” by a global bureaucracy.

VIDEO: Kosovo Endgame: a Perfect Storm of Betrayal
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Jasenovac – the Glossed Over Auschwitz of the Balkans
History
Jasenovac – the Glossed Over Auschwitz of the Balkans
May 2, 2020

The war in the former Yugoslavia has been over for a quarter of a century, but the Jasenovac conspiracy of silence, or of extreme “discretion” if one prefers, continues.

Breaking Up Is So Very Hard to Do
February 27, 2020

Breaking up is hard to do, especially if the political divorce is not sanctioned by the marriage counselors of Washington, London, Paris, and Brussels

Breaking Up Is So Very Hard to Do
Society
Target Orthodox Church: NATO’s Eastern Crusades
Society
Target Orthodox Church: NATO’s Eastern Crusades
January 22, 2020

The pressure that has been brought on the Church in Montenegro is not an isolated phenomenon but part of a “broader pattern.”

New British Documents About Srebrenica: Not Exactly Sensational, but Useful Nevertheless
January 13, 2020

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.

New British Documents About Srebrenica: Not Exactly Sensational, but Useful Nevertheless
History
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