Archive for the ‘Serbia’ Category

Negative impact of NATO on Serbia & Montenegro and on the world

July 12, 2021 by Batko Milacic – Independent analyst – for The Saker Blog After Yugoslavia’s (Serbia) President Slobodan Milosevic refused to accept the so-called Rambouillet Agreement in 1999, which in reality was NATO ultimatum that demanded from Serbia and Montenegro to allow NATO troops to occupy the province of Kosovo as well as that […]

Serbian president praises Belt and Road at Communist Party China summit

BEIJING, CHINA— China’s President Xi Jinping (R) welcomes Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic at the Second Belt and Road Forum, April 27, 2019. (Photo by Valery SharifulinTASS via Getty Images) By Belt and Road NewsJuly 9, 2021 Anno Domini As China becomes an indispensable part of the global economy, relations with the Asian Country will bolster […]

How A US-Backed Coup In Serbia Inspired The DC Insurrection

Above photo:  Graphic by Antonio Cabrera for MintPress News. A MintPress News investigation reveals that the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol drew inspiration from the 2000 overthrow of Serbian president Slobodan Milošević and a conspiratorially-minded Serbian scientist who issued calls for violence.   As the Capitol insurrection on January 6 descended into a frenzy […]

Can and should Russia stop the war in the Caucasus?

October 09, 2020 THE SAKER • OCTOBER 10, 2020  This war is officially a war between Azerbaijan and the (unrecognized) Republic of Nagorno Karabakh (RNK) aka “Republic of Artsakh” (ROA) which I shall refer to simply as Nagorno Karabakh or “NK”. As is often the case, the reality is much more complicated. For one thing, Erdogan’s Turkey has been […]

Presidents that play chess

September 15, 2020 by Katerina for the Saker Blog This is a follow-up to my previous contribution, the “Relentless March” and I have to warn you, this one will be much harsher as it will be highlighting some home truths for east Europeans. If you are not ready or simply do not want to face […]

EU warns Serbia, Kosovo over Jerusalem embassy move

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union warned Serbia and Kosovo on Monday that they could undermine their EU membership hopes by moving their Israeli embassies to Jerusalem, as US President Donald Trump’s surprise announcement about the change left officials in Belgrade and Pristina scrambling to limit the political fallout. In an unexpected move last week, […]

Turkey ‘disappointed’ by Kosovo’s move to recognize Israel

ISTANBUL, Turkey — Ankara on Sunday voiced disappointment over majority-Muslim Kosovo’s decision to recognize Israel and set up its mission in Jerusalem. A vocal advocate of the Palestinian cause, Turkey became one of the first countries to recognize Kosovo, which declared its independence from Serbia in 2008. “Even the thought by Kosovo officials of taking […]

Serbia SITREP: Kosovo – the endless game

August 15, 2020 by Mavro Orbini for The Saker Blog Although expected, call for Belgrade-Pristina dialogue at White House on 2nd of September[1] is suddenly getting on importance after Trump administration masterpieced (unexpected) Israeli-UAE Peace Deal.[2] It seems that US diplomatic coupe is on the way just before US presidential elections. Trump sent letters in 2018 and […]

Turmoil in Belarus, Another US Color Revolution Attempt?

By Stephen Lendman Global Research, August 16, 2020 Time and again, the CIA, National Endowment for Democracy (NED), International Republican Institute (IRI), National Democratic Institute (NDI), and USAID have been involved in US schemes to replace independent governments with pro-Western puppet ones. Tactics include violent and non-violent labor strikes, mass street protests, major media propaganda, and […]

Would Rudolf Steiner be a Vučić troll?

By Saker´s Johnny-on-the-spot in Belgrade for The Saker Blog Would Rudolf Steiner be a Vučić troll? I doubt it. But it was good of Zoran to take time off his busy schedule to comment on my reporting from Belgrade. I am sorry that my dispatches fall short of Australian journalistic standards. Serbian political language is […]

Why empty can makes the most noise? Or how visible is hidden deep in invisible?

August 11, 2020 Note by the Saker: I want to express my deepest gratitude to Zoran for taking up my (always standing) invitation to express a point of view different than the one expressed by Johnny-on-the-spot in Serbia.  And, just in case, I want to remind everybody that I take NO personal position on this […]

Message to some irate Serbian readers

August 05, 2020 Dear Serbian friends, Since the crisis began in Serbia some of you have been enraged by the articles written for the Saker Blog by “Saker’s Johnny-on-the-spot in Belgrade”.  Some of you have posted irate comments, often in direct violation of the moderation guidelines, while others sent me outraged emails. And yet, each time […]

New York Times Allowed Thugs Bill Clinton & General Wesley Clark To Commit War Crimes!

The March 11, 2006 death of former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic while in U.N. custody at The Hague was the tragic end to an unjust war and prosecution. The U.N. war crimes tribunal had tried unsuccessfully for four years to convict Milosevic. Sinc…

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