Balkan - Balkans

 

Omia artikkeleitani — My articles

 

"Humanitaarinen väliintulo": Kosovosta Libyaan, 11.3.2011

 

Srebrenica — Auschwitz of our time?

10 October 2005

An exile from nationalism

30 August 2004

Slovenian arvaamaton tulevaisuus

Pakolainen, EU-liite, 13.4.2004

Lännen lyhytnäköisyys horjuttaa Balkania

Suomen Kuvalehti, 1.1.2000

Kolmannen tien "edistyksellinen sota"

Ydin, 3/1999

Bosnia ja Eurooppa

BBC Finnish Section, 10.8.1993

Kun järjen valo sammui Balkanilla

Helsingin Sanomat, 19.9.1992

Balkanille vaaditaan rauhallista vuoropuhelua

Kotimaa, elokuu 1992

Balkania, siivuina

Ydin, 5/1992

 

See also: Hannu Reime, Misha Glenny, Edward Herman, Diana Johnstone, David Chandler


 


Muiden kirjoittajien artikkeleita — Articles by other writers

 

Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Basic Goods 'Suspiciously' Begin to Appear in Venezuela Stores

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Jihad 2.0: the Making of the Next Nightmare by Pepe Escobar, Sputnik, 31 May 2017

How Kosovo Poisoned America's Relationship with Russia by Ted Galen Carpenter, The National Interest, 19 May 2017

Serbia: Time for an Alternative by András Juhász, Jacobin, 16 April 2017

Does Washington Want to Start a New War in the Balkans? by David Kowalski, CounterPunch, 29 March 2017

Breaking Yugoslavia: How the US Used NATO as Its Battering Ram by John Wight, CounterPunch, 18 November 2016

Living Dangerously: The New NATO / Russia Arms Race in the Balkans by Filip Kovacevic, Russia Insider, 11 September 2016

Embracing the US-NATO War Criminals Who Destroyed Our Country: Serbia's Agreements with NATO. A War for US Hegemony in Europe… by Milina Jovanovic, Global Research, 4 September 2016

Milosevic Exonerated, as the NATO War Machine Moves on by Neil Clark, Global Research, 2 August 2016

15 years on: Looking back at NATO's ‘humanitarian' bombing of Yugoslavia, RT, 26 July 2016

NATO in Montenegro: Securing the Rear Before Barbarossa II? by Nebojsa Malic, Russia Insider, 27 May 2016

The West Made Ukraine Secessionism Legal by Establishing the Kosovo Precedent by Vladislav Sotirovic, Russia Insider, 26 May 2016

Kosovo: Hillary Clinton's Legacy of Terror by Justin Raimondo, Antiwar.com, 25 May 2016

Kosovo: An Evil Little War (Almost) All US Candidates Liked by Nebojsa Malic, Russia Insider, 26 March 2016

US, NATO Lie to Justify Genocide and Destruction in Yugoslavia, teleSUR, 23 March 2016

Kosovo Chaos Undercuts Clinton ‘Success' by Jonathan Marshall, Consortiumnews.com, 21 February 2016

Remember Kosovo? We “liberated” it into chaos by Justin Raimondo, Antiwar.com, 1 February 2016

Kosovo: NATO's Success Story? by Dan Glazebrook, CounterPunch, 6 January 2016

NATO Picks a New Fight with Russia by Jonathan Marshall, Consortiumnews.com, 3 December 2015

NATO's Political Games Drag Montenegro Into Alliance Despite Popular Will, Sputnik, 2 December 2015

A hybrid war to break the Balkans? by Andrew Korybko, The Saker, 29 November 2015

Uncanny Parallels Between Serbia and Ukraine Conflicts by Nebojsa Malic, Russia Insider, 12 August 2013

From Kosovo to Crimea: Obama's Strange Position on Referendums by Brian Cloughley, CounterPunch, 17 July 2015

How Srebrenica Tragedy Became Excuse for Atrocities Around the World by Nebojsa Malic, Antiwar.com, 15 July 2015

Hey Obama, What About Serbia's "Territorial Integrity"? by Marko Marjanovic, Russia Insider, 17 June 2015

“Color Revolution” in Macedonia? Washington's Attempt to Undermine the Turkish Stream Russian Pipeline Project by Andrew Korybko, Global Research, 18 May 2015

For Bosnia's workers, the struggle is far from over by Chiara Milan, ROARMAG.org, 16 May 2015

The Gears of War Grind for Greater Albania by Andrew Korybko, Sputnik, 12 May 2015

“A World of Sorrow”: The Tragic Plight of the Roma in the Aftermath of NATO's War on Yugoslavia by Gregory Elich, Global Research, 2 May 2015

Workers' solidarity in wartime: Bosnia 1993, Ukraine 2015 by John Davies, Bob Myerrs, Gabriel Levy, People and Nature, 30 March 2015

Another US ‘Success Story': The Creation and Abandonment of Kosovo by Thomas Harrington, Antiwar.com, 28 February 2015

Exodus from Kosovo: Why thousands have left the Balkans by Harriet Alexander, The Telegraph, 21 February 2015

From Polarities and Eagle Street

Ahtisaari warns against doctrine of humanitarian intervention

24 March 2000

Aftermath of Kosovo: Europe takes military route to security

October 1999

When journalists become carriers of war

October 1999

Can the Nordic region show the way to Kosovo?

October 1999

Ex-president criticises West's policies in Yugoslavia

31 August 1999

Non-aligned countries watch warily as NATO sidelines UN

May 1999

Finland agonises over Kosovo

May 1999

Intellectuals divided by events in Yugoslavia

27 April 1999

Balkans crisis trigers speculations about stability in the Baltic

23 April 1999

 

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