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Melania’s Shoes Trouble Afoot

By Amra Šabić-El-Rayess – During the recent Presidential campaign, Melania Trump was presented with a pair of specially crafted stilettos by Bosnia’s Serb shoemaker Bema in her (and her husband’s) preferred color of white. Bosnian Serbs hope that their shoes will usher a new era into the White House. The imminent First Lady invited Bema’s [...]

European Culture Capital 2017

By Courtney Tenz – As a 2017 European Capital of Culture, Aarhus has joined with 18 of its surrounding municipalities to present a full schedule of events and special cultural offerings for visitors to Denmark’s second largest city.
With a wealth of museums, galleries and cultural offerings, Aarhus has become one of Denmark’s liveliest cities, yet it [...]

Artistic Projects for Peace

By Annette Blum – Artistic projects of all kinds are so much a part of the fabric of our society/culture and continue to be tremendously inspirational, carrying a strong message and having the ability to resonate with large audiences no matter what the medium. It is this context that makes the work I am engaged [...]

Pamuk Slams EU on Refugees

The most internationally renowned literary figure in Turkey, Nobel prizewinner Orhan Pamuk, has criticized Europe for abandoning its democratic values and respect for human rights in the recent deal on refugees between the European Union and Turkey.
Turkey and the EU have agreed that the latter will give the former a 3-billion-euro package in exchange for Turkey [...]

Bowie Was Humanitarian Hero

By David L. Phillips – I met David Bowie in 1994, during the war in Bosnia. Bowie was deeply troubled by ethnic cleansing of Bosniak Muslims by Croats and Serbs. He used his celebrity discreetly yet effectively to raise awareness about events in Bosnia. I knew Bowie as a humanitarian and a man of principle.
Bowie [...]

The Year of the Bosnian Dragon

By Kenan Trebincevic (Specially for Webpublicapress) – “Congratulations on qualifying for the World Cup bro, that must feel amazing for you guys,” my American-born friend Bob shouted over the phone.
He knew how excited I was that the  Bosnian national soccer team – the Dragons –  was one of the 32 teams vying in the world cup tournament in [...]

The Year of Bosnian Dragon

By Kenan Trebincevic (Specially for Webpublicapress) – “Congratulations on qualifying for the World Cup bro, that must feel amazing for you guys,” my American-born friend Bob shouted over the phone.
He knew how excited I was that the  Bosnian national soccer team – the Dragons –  was one of the 32 teams vying in the world [...]

Gabriel Garcia mind charming

(Webpublicapress/New York) – Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez crafted intoxicating fiction from the fatalism, fantasy, cruelty and heroics of the world that set his mind churning as a child growing up on Colombia’s Caribbean coast. One of the most revered and influential writers of his generation, he brought Latin America’s charm and maddening contradictions to life [...]

Balkan is Revolutionary Place

By Erol Avdović – UNITED NATIONS (AA) – “Balkans have a terrible problem of social memory because they get so many revolutions – more than Italy for instance, and more than France. I can not help you,” Umberto Eco told AA in New York after his lecture on “Culture of memory” given at the UN [...]

“Argo” to Help Ayatollahs

 
By Abolhassan Bani-Sadr – PARIS – It was not my intention to write about the film “Argo.” I initially viewed it as another Hollywood movie that aimed to keep an audience on its toes through some combination of fact and fantasy, in order to cash in at the box office. It is, indeed, a well-made movie. [...]

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