Unfinished Business in the Balkans

By D. HUNTER HAYNES | For the past several years, the unresolved issues in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo have, in large part, been delegated to Europe, while the US busied itself with more pressing matters in Afghanistan and Iraq. That is…

The attempted satelization of FYROM by Turkey

By Ioannis Michaletos | Turkey’s geopolitical objectives aim to control small countries such as FYROM that have been formerly dominated by the Turkish Islamic Ottoman Empire. “We write less than we say We say less than we know We know…

The Battle of Kosovo: Defeat or Victory?

Serbian military defeat at Kosovo fields in 1389 paved the way for the victory of Christian Europe against Islamic tyranny at the gates of Vienna. Bojan Ratković | On the 28th  of June in the year 1389, an army of…

What really happened in Srebrenica

The Hague Tribunal has stretched the definition of genocide to such extent that the term loses the terrible dignity of describing the most gruesome crimes of extermination of the entire population. In Srebrenica, during the Bosnian war between 1992 and…

Guerrilla War

A major 1943 British movie release by Ealing Studios, Undercover is an invaluable cinematic account of the resistance movement headed by Draza Mihailovich and the Serbian Chetnik guerrillas. Guerrilla War Undercover (1943): Movie Review by Carl Savich Undercover (1943, UK, Ealing…

Kosovo: Historical Distortions and Current Status

By Caleb Posner | The transfer of authority over to Serbia would allow for the removal of the dangerous Islamist element that threatens the internal peace of Kosovo. On February 17, 2008, the Albanian-dominated autonomous province of Kosovo seceded from…

On Obama visit to Turkey

By Georgy Gounev | April 6, 2009 | It sounds strange but this visit could achieve way more than one could expect from a trip that looks more like a slightly extended stop over, precisely because there are some troubled…