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The Balkan Wars: The Bosnian puppet state of NATO

The following piece is based on an informative overview of the 90’s war between former Yugoslav states. It was not without flaws, some I’ve rejoined in the text, others I’ve outright omitted from the source cited at the bottom. Others may still remain. Nevertheless, here is what we present to you …. * The war in Bosnia […]

Deep crisis in the Balkans: Serbia has withdrawn from the Kosovo government

PRISTINA, Serbia – The withdrawal of the Serbs from the Kosovo government is a reaction to the arrest and deportation, in Mitrovica, of Serbian government official Marko Juric. The Serbian President described the arrest of Juric as an attempt to terrorize the Serb population. The Serbian List in the Haradinaj government was attended by a vice-president, […]

Serb official arrested by Kosovan police for entering territory – VIDEOS

PRISTINA, Serbia – Head of Serbia’s Office for Kosovo Marko Djuric was booed on the streets of Pristina on Monday, as he was strong-armed by the Specialised Operational Unit of Kosovan police en route to a detention facility. Djuric was transferred to the capital city after being arrested in Kosovska Mitrovica, where he was scheduled to […]

Serbian president: Joining NATO ‘too salty for our wounds’

BELGRADE, Serbia – Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister Ana Brnabic took part in an official commemoration for the 19th anniversary of the NATO intervention into Yugoslavia in Belgrade, Saturday. Vucic spoke about the relationship with NATO, saying that Serbia wanted to have a partnership with the alliance despite the intervention. “We want from […]