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Kosovo – a European trafficking point

In this Talking Point Dr Marcus Papadopoulos says that ordinary people in the West were not told that after Serbia lost control of Kosovo, following the Nato bombing campaign against Belgrade and other Serbian cities in 1999, the region became…

A spectre of Bosnia’s war

By Marcus Papadopoulos | A former United Nations officer made a significant disclosure during his recent testimony at the trial of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic at The Hague which, perhaps not surprisingly, did not receive much – in…

Bosnia at crossroads of history

By Marcus Papadopoulos | After 14 years of existence, the Bosnian state is potentially on the verge of collapse as Serbs oppose plans for centralization. Bosnia, an ancient land situated in south-eastern Europe and historically considered as a crossroad between…