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Balkans News

UN Court: No Immunity for Karadzic

Bosnian Serb Radovan Karadzic had sought to see his case dismissed. Today the Yugoslavian war crimes tribunal rejected his request, meaning Karadzic is one step closer to facing trial.
In the Media by Mark Kersten - 6 comments

Active Criminal Journalism Gets A 'Whole New' Meaning

Macedonian crime journalist Vlado Tanesvski has been arrested on charges of committing a series of murders that he had reported.
In the Media by Can Tran

Balkan Police Stop Human Trafficking Ring

A human trafficking ring out of the Balkans has been stopped. Around 70 were arrested after months of surveillance. The arrests were made been Balkan police. they were working hand and hand with law enforcement in Croatia, Bosnia, Macedonia and Slovenia.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

Expectations In The Balkans

The planned NATO mission to Macedonia has awakened a wide range of expectations before it has even begun. It is likely that at least some of these hopes will be disappointed. But the start of a new mission provides an opportunity for the international ...
In the Media by Patrick Moore
 

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New nations for Africa, as in the Balkans?

Judging from the heaving events from at least the Arab Spring to France's recent intervention in Mali, Africa may well...
Feb 11, 2013 by Robert G Cope - 3 comments

Devaluation of Nobel Peace Prize Continues But EU Could Show Way For Better Crisis Management

“The stabilizing part played by the E.U. has helped to transform most of Europe from a continent of war to a...
Oct 30, 2012 by Ari Rusila

The Republic of Macedonia is 20 years Old

The Republic of Macedonia is 20 years old: an adult with the problems and promises that characterize early puberty. The...
Sep 7, 2011 by Sam Vaknin

The Crescent and the Cross

"There are two maxims for historians which so harmonise with what I know of history that I would like to claim them as...
May 6, 2011 by Sam Vaknin - 1 comment

Macedonia's Minister of Education Cleans Academe's Augean Stables

Finally, a true reform: Macedonia's youthful and intrepid Minister of Education is attempting to overhaul the country's...
Feb 21, 2011 by Sam Vaknin
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