The Murder of Yugoslavia

The Murder of Yugoslavia

The conviction of former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) reminds us of a brutal conflict in which atrocities were committed by all contending parties, including the West with a NATO air assault of 78 days’ duration in which hundreds of civilians were killed. As nobel-prize…

Are Armenia, India, and Serbia “Balancing” Against Russia or “Betraying” It?

Are Armenia, India, and Serbia “Balancing” Against Russia or “Betraying” It?

All three countries are diversifying their long-standing relations with Russia, but their preexisting institutional memberships are the determining factor in whether this is just geopolitical “balancing” or an outright “betrayal”. International politics is in the midst of multiple paradigmatic changes as the emerging Multipolar World Order progressively replaces the existing unipolar-led one, and this has…

100 Years Later, the West has Authored a New Balfour Declaration for the Balkans

100 Years Later, the West has Authored a New Balfour Declaration for the Balkans

In 1917, a British aristocrat promised Arab land to European Zionists. The results have been catastrophic. Today, western elites are promising Orthodox Christian lands in the Balkans to Albanians who all ready occupy part of Serbia thanks to NATO. The results will be equally disastrous. The illegal 1999 NATO war on Yugoslavia caused two parallel…

The Macedonian Crisis Isn’t Over, and a Bigger Balkan One is Just Beginning

The Macedonian Crisis Isn’t Over, and a Bigger Balkan One is Just Beginning

The US didn’t resolve Macedonia’s crisis, it made it much worse, and the fate of the Balkans is now in jeopardy because of the latest American-brokered “deal”. Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs Hoyt Yee visited Skopje a few weeks ago and successfully “convinced” Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov to give pro-American SDSM opposition leader Zoran…