By Adam Garrie • It is NATO and not Russia opening up historical wounds in Europe’s most fraught region. Russia’s contemporary involvement in the Balkans is comparatively minimal. Russia does do business with Serbia, including with Serbia’s military, but the business does not involve anything that one could call …
Amidst currently quite explosive political situation in ever troublesome Balkans region, our editorial team has decided to remind our readers and the wider public of some facts related to the breakup of Yugoslavia, as the consequences of that breakup and wrongful Western policy towards once most prosperous Balkans’ country are …
Editorial Note — It’s been 10 years since the former president of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Slobodan Milosevic has died in the prison in the Hague, while his trial for alleged war crimes was still ongoing. The 1990s civil war in Yugoslavia has been for years the main topic on …
This Sunday, 4 December, the second round of the presidential elections will take place in Austria. The elections are crucial to how the situation will develop not only in the central European country, but the whole of Europe. For the first time in the history of the European …
You could hardly get a more sensational headline this week than this: «Montenegro says it foiled Russian-backed plan to kill PM Djukanovic». The dramatic «news» followed the announcement last Sunday by the country’s chief prosecutor that an attempted coup carried out – allegedly – by Russian nationalists had been foiled …
The disadvantages far outweigh the benefits!
By Stana Dubajic • After downing of the Russian SU-24 fighter-jet over Syrian airspace for an alleged ‘Turkish airspace violation’, the US probably expected Russia to retaliate militarily, which would then ‘justify’ deeper military involvement of US-UK-NATO alliance in the Syrian-Iraqi battlefield. Since Russia and Iran would not let …