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When Washington Think Tanks Call for ‘Action’ in the Balkans, Expect Trouble
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When Washington Think Tanks Call for ‘Action’ in the Balkans, Expect Trouble
May 9, 2018

The people who play key roles in the government and purportedly nongovernmental sectors like think tanks not only think alike, in many cases they are in fact the very same people who have simply switched positions within what could best be understood as a single, hybrid public-private entity that in recent years has come to be known as the Deep State.

Remembering the War on Yugoslavia 1999
March 24, 2018

Clinton was also the President who started the expansion of NATO against assurances about never doing so given by leading NATO politicians to Mikhael Gorbachev and former Yugoslav republics are now NATO members (Slovenia, Croatia and Montenegro) and upheld the sanctions on Iraq’s innocent citizens even after 500 000 had died.

Remembering the War on Yugoslavia 1999
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US Confirms It Used Depleted Uranium in Syria
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US Confirms It Used Depleted Uranium in Syria
February 21, 2017

The US military has admitted using depleted uranium (DU) anti-tank rounds on two occasions in 2015 during devastating air strikes against convoys of Islamic State (IS) tanker trucks. Investigative reporter Samuel Oakford first brought up the use of DU ammunition by the coalition in October 2016. There have been questions raised ever since. 

The Destruction of Yugoslavia: A Template for America’s Future Policy
August 17, 2016

The prospects of a Hillary Clinton presidency bring back to the memories of the peoples of the Balkans the era of the 1990s, when Bill Clinton, NATO, and the forces of globalism brought about the collapse of Yugoslavia and a surge in nationalism in the Balkans not seen since World War II. The planned US destruction of Yugoslavia is spelled out in an October 31, 1988, US National Intelligence Council memorandum titled «‘Sense of Community’ Report on Yugoslavia»…

The Destruction of Yugoslavia: A Template for America’s Future Policy
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UNMIK’s file on “organ trafficking”, revealed
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UNMIK’s file on “organ trafficking”, revealed
March 8, 2016

Insajderi.com published today the investigative file of International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) for "organ trafficking". The file includes the testimony of eight witnesses, claiming to have been part of kidnappings and transportation.

From Kosovo to Crimea — Tales of Referendums
June 28, 2015

Following the death of President Tito in 1980 the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia slid towards chaos. In the 1990s the plunge accelerated into civil war and one of the regions most affected was Kosovo from which Serbia withdrew after a NATO bomb and rocket offensive from 24 March to 11 June 1999. That blitz involved over 1,000 mainly American aircraft conducting some 38,000 airstrikes on Yugoslavia that killed approximately 500 civilians and destroyed much of the economic and social infrastructure of the region…

From Kosovo to Crimea — Tales of Referendums
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The idea of a ‘Greater Albania’, then and now (II)
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The idea of a ‘Greater Albania’, then and now (II)
June 15, 2015

The bloody disintegration of Yugoslavia orchestrated by global centres of power opened up new possibilities to the ideologists and practitioners of a ‘Greater Albania’. A key role in realising the plan now passed to military and political structures, first and foremost the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) and its ‘affiliates’ in neighbouring Balkan regions…

The idea of a ‘Greater Albania’, then and now (I)
June 14, 2015

The Albanian factor, an integral part of which involves the formation of a ‘Greater Albania’ in the region – a state uniting every area with an Albanian population – is playing an increasingly active role in developments in the Balkans and surrounding areas…

The idea of a ‘Greater Albania’, then and now (I)
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