Razgovarao: Sead Numanović – Ugledni slovenski novinar i analitičar, Ervin Hladnik Milharčič, u Bosni i Hercegovini je sazrio kao intelektualac. “ Tokom rata u Bosni prestao sam vjerovati u bajke. Spoznao sam gorku istinu da dobro ne pobjeđuje zlo uvijek i da takvo nešto postoji samo u pričama za djecu. Nakon bosanskog iskustva počeo sam misliti” – [...]
Piše: Marko Matić – Kao što se i moglo očekivati, takozvana rasprava o učinku međunarodnih krivičnih sudova koja je na inicijativu samozvanog predsednika sveta Vuka Jeremića održana pod okriljem Ujedinjenih nacija, pretvorila se u pokušaj ponovne relativizacije odgovornosti za počinjene zločine u ratovima devedesetih godina prošlog veka, koji su se odigrali na prostoru bivše Jugoslavije.
By Will Joyner – In Review | Wounded I Am More Awake: Finding Meaning after Terror, by Julia Lieblich and
Esad Boškailo. Vanderbilt University. Confronted daily with frontline news accounts of war, terror, torture, suffering, and death, I find it increasingly difficult to read, or recommend, even widely acclaimed books about the human cost of international conflict.
By Colum Lynch — The hyper-kinetic Serbian president of the U.N. General Assembly, Vuk Jeremic is on a mission to restore Serbia’s prestige on the world stage.
The former Serbian foreign minister has used his position at the head of the world’s parliament to recast Serbia — tarnished by its role in mass killings during the [...]
By Refik Hodzic – After the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) issued its appeal judgment of acquittal in the case against Momcilo Perisic last week, I received the usual flurry of questions about how the decision was going to affect reconciliation in the ‘region’. I must admit to being utterly tired of this [...]
(Webpublicapress/New York) – Following the retirement of Pope Benedict XVI, Roman Catholic cardinals are shifting their focus to electing a replacement. However, it is still not clear precisely when a conclave to elect a new pope will begin.The process of choosing a successor to the 85-year-old pope is expected to begin on Friday with the [...]
(Webpublicapress/New York) — Authoritarian governments often argue that too much freedom of speech compromises security and stability. Dunja Mijatovic, the representative on freedom of the media for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), talked to Radio Free Europe (RFE/RL) correspondent Charles Recknagel who conducted the interview.
(BIRN/Prishtina) – Nadia Diuk has been Vice President of the National Endowment for Democracy for nine years and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She has published books and articles on the Soviet bloc and developed programmes in Eastern Europe since the 1990s. She was recently in Prishtina to open a summit [...]
By Fanny Jimenez – DIE WELT - BERLIN - Social networks like Facebook make many things easier. You can find out right away if Alex got the job or not, and you can not only read about Marie’s vacation, but you can also see all those pictures of her on the beach, too.
There’s also a downside to this. Researchers have conducted [...]
(Webpublicapress/New York) – As Deutsche Welle reports- prejudice and the fear of too many foreigners is especially prevalent in Germany. With the growing number of Muslims, distrust of Islam is rising. Why are Germans afraid of the
“foreign”? The cashier at the supermarket wears a headscarf, copies of the Koran are handed out on the streets, and [...]