It’s Time for NATO to Leave Kosovo Before It Does Any More Damage

It’s Time for NATO to Leave Kosovo Before It Does Any More Damage

Just as it all ended badly for the West’s military interventions in Vietnam and Afghanistan, so it will in Kosovo. NATO has overstepped its mandate, overplayed its hand, and overstayed its welcome. As the last US military helicopters were leaving Kabul, Afghanistan, many, including myself, emphasized the similarities with America’s embarrassment in Saigon, South Vietnam…

Bagram – Bondsteel Connections

Bagram – Bondsteel Connections

Afghanistan domino effect has started. It arrived to Southern Serbian occupied province of Kosovo and Metohija. Shqiptars are in the middle of creating more instability by their terrorist activities. The fact that they are rebranded from initially, terrorist organization (UÇK), to “freedom fighters” (UÇK) and then to “official police/military forces” (ROSU/KSF) of unrecognized, illegal and…

EU and US So Far Show No Interest in Renewed Threats to Merge Albania and Kosovo

EU and US So Far Show No Interest in Renewed Threats to Merge Albania and Kosovo

The EU and U.S. seem oblivious to threats made last week by Kosovan political opposition leader Ramush Haradinaj to unite Kosovo with Albania if Serbia does not recognize Pristina’s self-proclaimed independence. This is mostly because the West are not united on the Kosovo issue.  The EU attributes the threat to unify the breakaway Serbian province with Albania to the…

Bangladesh-Based ‘Rohingyas’ Mustn’t Agitate for Regime Change in Myanmar

Bangladesh-Based ‘Rohingyas’ Mustn’t Agitate for Regime Change in Myanmar

The aggressive statement by Bangladesh-based ‘Rohingya’ leader Dil Mohammad imploring the international community “to come forward and restore democracy at all costs” in Myanmar following Monday’s dramatic developments there is extremely counterproductive and risks confirming accusations that this Muslim minority group is being exploited as proxies for carrying out regime change in the Southeast Asian…

Armenian-Azeri Dispute Offers Another Russia-Bashing Opportunity

Armenian-Azeri Dispute Offers Another Russia-Bashing Opportunity

No matter what a given person or entity does, some will always find fault, on account of having an overly biased and logic defying stance. Columbia University academic David Phillips’ November 15 National Interest piece “Armenia Was Forced to Sign a Ceasefire Agreement with a Gun to Its Head“, finds blame with all of the…