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Iranian Drone Exports to the Balkans and Its Geopolitical Repercussions

Serbia: Iran’s Entry Point to the Balkans Iranian military activity in Europe’s neighborhood is not limited to supporting Russia’s war in Ukraine Transforming itself from a net arms importer into a burgeoning arms exporter, Tehran is engaged in opportunistic behavior across conflict zones, ranging from Ukraine to tense, fragile regions, …

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Ramić: Valencia je način života i tvornica emocija

U starom koritu rjeke Turie nastao je veliki dio današnje moderne Valencije Iako je teško opredjeliti se da li je ljepši stari dio grada, pun šarma i historije, ili novi, moderan i futuristički, nekako je baš taj novi dio grada postao prvo obelježje grada. Tri stotine sunčanih dana godišnje s …

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Pred “Dan D” za Kosovo: ZSO do kraja aprila, konačni sporazum do juna

Godina za koju su mnogi rekli da će biti „ta“ ili „obećana“ kako bi se odmrsio kosovski čvor, počela je dinamično, uz veliku diplomatsku ofanzivu na Beograd i Prištinu Evropski i svetski zvaničnici posećuju Balkan gotovo svake nedelje, a poruke koje šalju potvrđuju da Srbija i Kosovo moraju da se …

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Israel’s crimes-after-crimes ignore international law

Israel’s pogrom to obliterate the Palestinians from the land is ongoing with a vigor and revenge that is picking political momentum. Whether that will work in its intent is another question. Domination, suppression and control are the strategies that Israel is employing. In a new position paper, Adalah, an Israeli …

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When Good Refugees Turn Bad

When the first Russian forces began entering Ukrainian territory in February 2022, the instant reaction from Europe, the UK, Canada and Australia, was one of open commitment to Ukraine’s refugees. The relentless human trains heading westwards were initially embraced by Poles, whose history with Ukraine is, at best, tense and …

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Kako Vučić koristi aluzije na svoje prezime?

Kada sam išla u osnovnu školu, ime Vuk nije bilo baš popularno. Štaviše, bilo je vrlo retko. Nisu tada bila moderna „životinjska“ a ni „tradicionalna“ imena. Kada smo učili o Vuku Stefanoviću Karadžiću, učiteljica nam je zato objasnila da su njegovim roditeljima svi sinovi umrli na rođenju ili brzo posle …

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Nebojša Čović: Niko neće donositi odluku o Kosovu bez građana, odnosno referenduma

Jedan od najtežih dana za Srbiju – tako sastanak sa zapadnom „petorkom“ opisuje predsednik države. To je nastavak ustaljene for me pritisaka međunarodnih izaslanika na Srbiju, kaže za RTS Nebojša Čović. Nebojša Čović ističe da međunarodni pregovarači igraju na kartu neke tajnosti kada je reč o tome šta se konkretno …

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Ana Brnabić o krizi na KiM: Atmosfera je ozbiljna, pred nama su teški dani

Atmosfera je krajnje ozbiljna, pred nama su jako teški dani, rekla je za Novo vikend jutro Jovane Jeremić premijerka Srbije Ana Brnabić. – Predsednik Vučić je nekoliko puta rekao i znali smo da će to tako biti i nikada ništa nismo krili od naših građana i našeg naroda. Najvažnije je …

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Glory Hunters or Gold Diggers? The Shadowy World of Russia’s ‘Volunteers’ Fighting in Ukraine

Alexander was quickly deployed to the frontlines in Ukraine after he joined a Russian unit for volunteer soldiers in October because he wanted to “defend his motherland.” One month later, he was badly injured by artillery fire near the Ukrainian village of Makiivka amid intense fighting in the east of …

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As Russia Claims Win, Analysts Say Capture of Soledar Is ‘Pyrrhic Victory’

Russia’s Defense Ministry claimed that its forces had won a significant victory on Friday with the capture of the eastern Ukrainian town of Soledar, despite military analysts cautioning that the salt-mining town held greater symbolic than strategic value. The situation on the ground in what remains of Soledar remained unclear …

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