H E A D L I N E S Archives
Bodies of Serbs exhumed from Croatian cemetery UPI, May 09, 2013
All the dead were killed in Operation Storm, a Croatian offensive in August 1995 that effectively ended the war. About 2,000 Serbs were killed and thousands more expelled from Croatia in a move Serbia describes as ethnic cleansin
Read More »
EU court to rule in Kosovo organ trafficking trial AFP, April 28, 2013
In his closing remarks earlier this month, special European prosecutor Jonathan Ratel said that "illegal transplants undoubtedly took place in the clinic," carried out by an alleged "international organ trafficking network."
Read More »
Bring up the bodies The New Yorker, April 28, 2013
The men who led the K.L.A. remained a fearsome presence in the country, posing a threat to anyone who spoke out, and ethnic Serbs were a powerless bloc, falling to less than two per cent of the population. Unlike Argentina, South Africa, and Sierra Leone, Kosovo failed to establish its own truth-and-reconciliation commission.
Read More »
Bosnia: regional president arrested in anti-corruption operation Euronews, April 26, 2013
The president of Bosnia’s Muslim-Croat federation has been arrested in an anti-corruption probe, according to a spokesman for the state prosecutor.
Read More »
Serbia considers risky referendum on Kosovo accord Reuters, April 26, 2013
Serbia raised the possibility of a referendum on Thursday on an accord to end the ethnic partition of its former Kosovo province, a high-stakes gamble that could cost Belgrade talks on joining the European Union.
Read More »
Bosnia risks seeing EU path "frozen" without reform: commissioner Reuters, April 11, 2013
Bosnia's bid to join the European Union faces being "frozen" and a planned election next year declared invalid without urgent reform of its constitution, the EU enlargement commissioner said on Thursday.
Read More »
O T H E R     N E W S Archives
•Radical Islamists See an Opening in Bosnia
•Monasteries in Kosovo among 5 Mediterranean holy sites
•Failed Social Engineering in the Balkans
•Whistleblower's tale has no Hollywood ending
•US and EU Push Bosnia Towards Civil War
•William Hague - "It would be good to withdraw resolution"
•Arrest in Kosovo points to secret camps
•EU top brass to drop out of Sarajevo event
•Bosnia’s Dangerous Tango: Islam and Nationalism
•Crafting A Special Status For Northern Kosovo
•Don't oversimplify the Bosnian war
•The Dynamics Of Apology And Forgiveness In The Balkans
•Unfreezing Kosovo
•Kosovo - No Return?
•Eleven Years After The Balkans Bombings: Depleted Uranium in NATO Bombs Remains Deadly
•Many parties share the blame for atrocities in the Balkans
"No nation is fit to sit in judgment on any other nation."
Woodrow Wilson, 1915
CPB Poll
Currently no poll.
Bosnian supporters of Palestinians
War and Peace in Bosnia
US Foreign Policy: The Law of the Few
The U.S. Presidential Elections and the Balkans
Bosnia, 1 degree of separation
from Al-Qaeida
added to the Sarajevo city sign
History Of
Ethnic Cleansing
Srebrenica - New York
Kosovo: 4 Years Later
"The Hate Stops here."
By Michael Ignatieff
Who is Naser Oric
The Balkans and Osama Bin Laden
Yugoslavia Unraveled
edited by Raju G.C. Thomas
2000 Years of Christianity
This web site, intended for research purposes, contains copyright material included "for fair use only"!
Designed by: Unique Blue Design Studio