Category: Balkans

Unlearned Lesson of War in Bosnia

Unlearned Lesson of War in Bosnia

By Milenko Srećković Military interventions of international forces, which opt for one of the parties in religious-sectarian conflicts, only stir up already started wars and increase the number of their victims. For many, that interventionism began during the war in Bosnia. Mick Hume, editor of the British magazine “LM”, who criticized media reporting on events of those years and opposed […]

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In Memoriam: Aleksandar Aco Todorović (1955-2014), the Leader of ”The Erased”

In Memoriam: Aleksandar Aco Todorović (1955-2014), the Leader of ”The Erased”

Our comrade and associate Aleksandar Aco Todorović (1955-2014), the leader of  ‘’The Erased’’ from Slovenia, is found dead in Ptuj, Slovenia. Todorović, together with his friends, managed, after two decades of struggle, to force republic of Slovenia to acknowledge administrative ethnic cleansing of the Slovenian citizens with non-Slovenian or mixed origin (mostly Serbs, Croats, Bosnians and Roma) during the Slovenian […]

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Social resistance to neo-liberal policies in Serbia – report from the debate in Paris

Social resistance to neo-liberal policies in Serbia – report from the debate in Paris

Social resistance to neo-liberal policies in Serbia with Milenko Srećković from the organization “Pokret za Slobodu” Minutes of the meeting Association pour l’Autogestion, ATTAC and the Assemblée Européenne des citoyens February 3rd, 2014, CICP offices, Paris By Kassia Aleksić Translation from French to English by Dorothée Genovese During the first International Gathering of “The Workers’Economy” (January 31st – February 1st, […]

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We Opposed the Demonization of Serbs – Interview about the Freedom of Speech

We Opposed the Demonization of Serbs – Interview about the Freedom of Speech

Interview with Mick Hume, British author and editor By Milenko Srećković In 1997 British magazine “LM” published a translation of the article “The picture that fooled the world” by German journalist Thomas Deichmann, where the way in which big media corporation ITN reported on war in Bosnia in 1992 was called into question. In his article Deichmann concluded that ITN’s […]

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Debate: Social resistance to neo-liberal policies in Serbia – on 3rd February, in Paris

Debate: Social resistance to neo-liberal policies in Serbia – on 3rd February, in Paris

A l’initiative de l’Assemblée Européenne des Citoyens, Attac, l’Association pour l’Autogestion, Information-débat sur les résistances sociales aux politiques néo-libérales en Serbie Avec Milenko Srećković  LUNDI 3 FEVRIER, à 18h, CICP, 21 ter rue Voltaire, Paris 11è. Pendant plus de deux décennies – après le démantèlement de la Yougoslavie – la Serbie a subi des crises permanentes accompagnées de guerres, de […]

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