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Dr. Karadzic Takes the Stand
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Dr. Karadzic Takes the Stand
August 23, 2020

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.

Bill Clinton’s Serbian War Atrocities Exposed in New Indictment
June 30, 2020

President Bill Clinton’s favorite freedom fighter just got indicted for mass murder, torture, kidnapping, and other crimes against humanity. Bill Clinton’s 1999 bombing of Serbia was as big a fraud as George W. Bush’s conning this nation into attacking Iraq.

Bill Clinton’s Serbian War Atrocities Exposed in New Indictment
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In Seattle, a Yugoslavia Déjà Vu
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In Seattle, a Yugoslavia Déjà Vu
June 25, 2020

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?

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
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Balkan ‘Genocides’ Are Not to Be Questioned
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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.

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.

When Washington Think Tanks Call for ‘Action’ in the Balkans, Expect Trouble
Security
Remembering the War on Yugoslavia 1999
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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.

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. 

US Confirms It Used Depleted Uranium in Syria
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