The recommendation to grant Serbia candidate status for EU membership cannot be called a success. It is more like a strong reminder of all our failures so far.
Let us leave aside the academicians, with shovels in their hands, a little sooty and sweaty, to figure out how to insult the Nobel Prize.
Growing employment is the key to social and political stability and to economic growth. It needs to take place in the private, and not in the public sector.
For them, Pride is only a peripheral manifestation of an incompetent government, and their political offer to the public is: “We have the right solution for Kosovo!”
Mayor of Jagodina has been claiming for years that there are no members of the LGBT population in that city. Now he has decided to admit that indeed 2 (let’s put it in writing: two) LGBT persons live there.
Let’s take, for example, the recent spinning of the story about the background of the assassination of Zoran Djindjic. Why was this story spinned? Who is the recipient of the message?
Kosovo, the “question above all questions” prevents us from asking any other questions, inhibits other flows, and above all, hinders the development of Serbia.
The foundation of their society is a pious Serbian family with many children ready to fight for the Dveri cause.
The proponents of the policy of force must prove that the use of force would be efficient.
Dragan Djilas said in a recent interview to Press that the European Union did not represent the meaning of life for Serbia, but was simply a guarantee of a better life for its citizens.
There is an unspoken agreement in northern Kosovo – “patriots” are smuggling, citizens are receiving double salaries from Belgrade, while Borko Stefanovic justifies this state of affairs in Brussels.
What are the costs of nationalistic policies? The expectations may be more optimistic than is warranted as the example of the breakup of Yugoslavia suggests.
The day is too hot, too bright, too still, too ever, the dead remains too nothing. What shall we do till nightfall?
Let us assume that the European Union does not exist.
The date is 28th of June, the venue is Kosovo Field, but actually, it is Ratko Mladic who is celebrated.
First, Amy Winehouse is not a singer. Svetlana Raznatovic is a singer. Amy is a goddess, a divine creature from the Universe.
Our political representatives have devised a new catch phrase: “it was expected, nothing new”.
It is good when the comrades and accomplices of war criminals and people indicted of war crimes deny war crimes and glorify war criminals as publicly as possible.
After 11 years of broadcasting Pescanik on Radio B92, this cooperation has been put to an end on June 10th 2011.
This collection is an attempt to offer some explorations of the role played by nationalism in media coverage in three countries: Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, and Serbia.
Almost sixteen years later, on the other side of the planet, in Australia, I received the news that Ratko Mladić was apprehended in Serbia.
When it comes to genocide and similar grave “political” crimes, one can always recognize three key and essential roles: The Ideologue, The Politician and The General.
He has grown visibly older, they say. I too have grown older in those fifteen years, but unlike myself and Ratko Mladic, 8,000 murdered people never got a chance to grow older and some of them did not even get a chance to grow up.
Museum will launch a positive transfer of knowledge as a new way of teaching & learning about the Sarajevo Siege phenomenon.
Let me give you the answer right away: We will not! Neither because of Roma, nor Albanians, nor hooligans, nor Ratko Mladic, nor Saric. I will try to explain why.
There are three categories of our fellow citizens who will never be viewed as criminals: war criminals, extremists who resort to violence and citizens belonging to the category “Ceca”.
The Serbian flight ban on Kosovo contributes to the air pollution and to the dangerous phenomenon of global warming.
The Croatian government is preparing legal studies and diplomatic offensives; the state will be defended before the Hague Tribunal.
The Declaration will be publicly read on May 9th at 12.30 p.m. at the site of the former concentration camp in Omarska (1992) and at the site of the World War II camp Banjica in Belgrade.
This is a comparative analysis of the interpretation of the wars of the nineties in Serbian textbooks published in the nineties and after the political changes in 2000.
I still have no idea how to exit this new authoritarianism. The author who wrote about it, Ivan Krastev, says that there is an exit, but a false one.
Transcript of the movie; speaking: Srdja Popovic, Vesna Pesic, Vladimir Popovic, Zarko Korac, Dubravka Stojanovic, Milos Ciric, Ivan Kuzminovic, Stevan Filipovic, Sandra Orlovic, Mirjana Karanovic i Dragan Micanovic.