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Balkan ‘Genocides’ Are Not to Be Questioned
Security
Balkan ‘Genocides’ Are Not to Be Questioned
December 20, 2019

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 Balkans and Their Consequences
June 23, 2019

The re-Balkanization of the Balkans by the West in the 1990s set important precedents for other aggressive moves of the Cold War victors the world over during the next two decades, which brought peace neither to the regions nor to the Balkanized international scene.

The Balkans and Their Consequences
Security
Serbian Church Defeats US Agenda in Ukraine but Not in Serbia – Yet
Society
Serbian Church Defeats US Agenda in Ukraine but Not in Serbia – Yet
May 4, 2019

The approaching failure of Poroshenko’s, the State Department’s, and Patriarch Bartholomew’s project in Ukraine is a victory not only for the Orthodox Church as a whole but for the Serbian Church in particular.

The UN Does Kosovo and the Azov Sea
December 21, 2018

As the UN Security Council discussed Kosovo, the UN General Assembly voted in favor of a non-binding pro-Kiev regime resolution on the Azov Sea.

The UN Does Kosovo and the Azov Sea
Security
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De-Recognition of Kosovo: US Tries to Stem the Tide
World
De-Recognition of Kosovo: US Tries to Stem the Tide
December 2, 2018

Welcome to the post-factual world where not only “fake news” but “fake diplomatic relations” are the new protocol.

Regional Bodies Invest in Rigid Borders
August 29, 2018

The ghoulish marketers of death and destruction have finally achieved their nirvana in the Trump administration, Wayne Madsen writes.

Regional Bodies Invest in Rigid Borders
Security
NATO to Set Up Its First Air Base in Western Balkans
World
NATO to Set Up Its First Air Base in Western Balkans
August 6, 2018

A NATO air force base in Albania will hardly make the life of common people living in Western Balkans better or more secure but it will certainly bring the concept of Greater Albania closer to reality.

US Ambassador to Serbia: If You Want Peace, Give Kosovo Islamists Their Own State
June 4, 2018

Since tens of thousands of NATO troops arrived in Serbia’s southern Kosovo province in June 1999, the lot of all non-Albanians has grown progressively worse.

US Ambassador to Serbia: If You Want Peace, Give Kosovo Islamists Their Own State
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