NATO Seeks to Punish Belgrade’s Ukraine War Policy by Arming Kosovo

NATO Seeks to Punish Belgrade’s Ukraine War Policy by Arming Kosovo

After supplying equipment and emboldening a militarized Ukraine, Britain has now started arming Kosovo’s Albanians with Javelin and NLAW anti-tank missile systems. The British Embassy in Belgrade said that some Serbian media published fabricated claims of arms exports from the United Kingdom to Kosovo and claimed that there was no truth to those allegations. However,…

Madeleine Albright’s Legacy Lives on as False Flag Attacks and Fake News Comes Straight From Yugoslav War Handbook

Madeleine Albright’s Legacy Lives on as False Flag Attacks and Fake News Comes Straight From Yugoslav War Handbook

The events on the ground and across the diplomatic community involved in the Ukraine conflict are strikingly similar. The former UN Ambassador for the U.S. and first female secretary of state won’t be missed in the Middle East. The link between her legacy in Yugoslavia and Iraq and the Ukraine will not have Gulf oil…

Does Serbia’s Explanation of Its Anti-Russian UNGA Vote Hold Up to Scrutiny?

Does Serbia’s Explanation of Its Anti-Russian UNGA Vote Hold Up to Scrutiny?

Russia seems to informally understand Serbia’s predicament of coming under unprecedented US-led Western pressure but would still have preferred for its top Balkan partner to have abstained from that resolution against its special military operation in Ukraine instead of voted in its support. Serbian President Vucic explained his country’s surprising support of the recent anti-Russian…

Djoković Pays the Price for Not Being a Ball Player

Djoković Pays the Price for Not Being a Ball Player

It is only in that larger, trans-generational framework, crossing time, space, and successive historical eras, that Novak Djoković’s conduct in the face of Australian chicanery can be properly understood. No pun intended, really. On one level, Serbian tennis player Novak Djoković certainly was prevented unwillingly from playing ball in the Australian Open. But on another,…

To What Extent Was the West Behind Serbia’s Rio Tinto Protests?

To What Extent Was the West Behind Serbia’s Rio Tinto Protests?

It’s fair to presume that multiple interest groups were behind the latest events and their portrayal: grassroots forces, prominent personalities, Western NGOs, the Serbian government itself, and perhaps competing ‘green’ oligarchic forces. The takeaway is that Serbia is still a laboratory for experimenting with socio-political trends. Serbian President Vucic condemned Western NGOs for what he…

Creative Destruction in the Balkans

Creative Destruction in the Balkans

Processes that can be called geopolitical turbulence, political transformation and creative destruction continue in the Balkans. For Russia, all of this has significance. The entry of Montenegro into NATO, and then Northern Macedonia (where one of the North Atlantic Alliance commands is already stationed), as well as the harsh pressure on the leadership of Serbia…