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Nikolić President in Serbia and the memory of Vukovar in Croatia

I was so distracted with Syria, Egypt, the Palestinian Territories, Lebanon, that I did in’t pay attention in my blog to a problem in my back yard: the victory in the Serbian’s elections of Tomislav Nikolić, the ultranationalist opossitor of the more moderate incumbent Boris Tadić. Nikolić was active during the Balkans war, friend with […]

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Don't complain European strikers: you are alive, your Syrians comrades are dead

Another massacre discovered in Syria is convincing me that the  mission of the UN’s observers and the efforts of Mr. Kofi Annan to stop the violence are useless, but at least are a way to have some sad, horrendous first hand news about what’s happening there. This time has been the killing of 13 workers shot dead […]

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Observe this, Mr. Annan. Decide something, Mr. Putin

Mr. Kofi Annan, the Un’s envoy to Syria just arrived to see what’s happening there after the deployment of the international observers, mostly a lot of violence and a gross massacre in Houla of more than 90 civilians, many of them women and children. As usual, the government forces deny it’s involvement and the rebel […]

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The future of Egypt

It appears that Mohamed Morsi, the candidate of the Muslim Brotherhood will go to a run off presidential election probably against a former Primer Minister Ahmed Shafiq according to the data available in Al Jazeera when I was writing this comment, because it appeared that the other hopeful candidate, the socialist and nationalist Hamdeen Sabahi, […]

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A real story of a Palestinian with Israeli citizenship

I just found this about a real story of a Palestinian with Israeli citizenship in the New York Times, very interesting. It’s worth to read it, beleave me. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/24/opinion/not-all-israeli-citizens-are-equal.html?src=recg

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Lebanon, again paying the cost

A kidnapping of Lebanese men in Syria that prompted unrest in Lebanon proved again that poor Lebanon is paying the conflicts of its neighbors again and again. From the establishment of Israel and the waves of Palestinian refugees in the forties and sixties The massacres in the camps of Sabra and Shatilla in the eighties […]

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International "justice", Ratko Mladić and the victims

The trial against Ratko Mladić for Crimes of War against non-Serbs during the last Balkans War and precisely the massacre of Srebrenica with the killing of 8.000 males teenagers and men in a few days, has ben suspended. And that not because Mladic has done something weird or his defense put absurd difficulties, or the […]

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The Eurohysteria

I believe it’s better for the Greeks to stay in the euro area, but that also requires that we set out a path on which Greece gets back on its feet step by step   (Angela Merkel, may 14, 2012). The solidarity for the euro will end only if Greece just says, ‘We’re not keeping […]

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this is the real life from the point of view of a young woman who choose pacific resistance

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Greece, Brussels and the European agony

Another European economic Summit, another waiting in this European agony without definitive solutions with some hope to calm the waters in this storm. At the beginning of the day the European Bank said that there was no way to see Greece out of the Euro. At the end of the day there were calculations of […]

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