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God help as the all brothers patriots. You are on the right place, because this is serbian patriotic portal ! Every nation has its own traditions and cults. We Serbs cherish and respect the cult of the wolf. Many Serbs through the centuries carried the name of wolf, and today is the name wolf  frequently. The wolf is not big. The Elephant is big. Bear, Lion and Tiger are great. But of them all, the only wolf never plays in the circus! Therefore, we will not be sheepes. We will be wolfes. 

                                                           


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NATION JOYFUL AS DJOKOVIC BECOMES TENNIS WORLD No.1


01.07.2011.

Serbia celebrated joyously on Friday as its national hero Novak Djokovic beat Frances’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 3-1 at the Wimbledon semi-finals and reached the top of the ATP tennis rankings as the world’s number one player.

 

SERBIAN POLITICAL SCENE


26.06.2011. / Radio Srbija

The word “elections” is rarely heard in the Serbian public, but the impression is that every single move of the authorities and opposition is carefully thought out as part of the pre-election campaign.

 

SERBIA'S PREZ URGES RECONCILIATION AT WWII CROAT CONCENTRATION CAMP


26.06.2011. / The Associated Press

Serbia's President Boris Tadic has urged reconciliation at the site of a concentration camp in Croatia where thousands of Serbs were killed during World War II.

 

EU DEMANDS SERBIA INVESTIGATE CONTROVERSIAL PRIVATISATIONS


26.06. 2011. / Southeast European Times
By Igor Jovanovic

Experts in Belgrade say the country has lost hundreds of millions of euros due to privatisation corruption.

 

INTERVIEW WITH RADOVAN KARADZIC


07.06.2011. / Sebianna
By Marcus Papadopoulos 

Karadzic: The other side to the Bosnian story

In a rare and exclusive inter view, the former Bosnian Serb leader Dr Radovan Karadzic spoke to Marcus Papadopoulos from Politics First about the twentieth anniversary of Yugoslavia’s implosion offering his version of events leading up to and during the war in Bosnia.’

 

RATKO MLADIĆ - THE HIGH PRICE OF EU INTERGATION FOR SERBIA


07.06.2011. / RIA Novosti

Arrest of former Bosnian Serb army chief Ratko Mladic

If one were to ask Serbs about what they needed more - General Ratko Mladic, who was delivered to the international detention center of The Hague war crimes tribunal on Tuesday, or membership in the European Union (EU) - the majority would certainly vote for the latter.

 

BALKAN ENIGMA AND NATO'S CHAINS OF PROGRESS


31.05.2011. / Pravda.ru
Sergei Balmasov
By Gaither Stewart

NATO seems to find Serbia's autonomy outrageous, its semi-neutrality unacceptable, its modernity anomalous and above all its path to progress dangerous. For North Atlantic Treaty planners and schemers, Serbia-maverick, outsider, rebel-is an infectious disease to be eradicated. Serbia must be chained, normalized and integrated with the rest of Europe as are most southeastern European lands. Serbia's neutral existence is an affront, an obstacle to a final solution of the thorny Balkan conundrum.

 

MLADIC, GHADDAFI AND WESTERN SAVAGERY


31.05.2011. / Pravda.Ru
Mary Barncastle

Recent events have more than proven that savagery and jungle-like "values" are what make western leadership tick. Dog eats dog, the strong eat the weak and forget the much touted democracy and freedom.

 

ROGER FEDERER, NOVAK DJOKOVIC REACH QUARTER-FINALS AT FRENCH OPEN


29.05.2011. / The Associated Press
By: Chris Lehourites

Novak Djokovic of Serbia, top, plays against Richard Gasquet of France, bottom, in the fourth round match at a crowded Philippe Chatrier court, or center court, at the French Open tennis tournament in Roland Garros stadium in Paris, Sunday May 29, 2011.

 

MILORAD DODIK AND THE POLITICS OF REFERENDUM


22.05.2011. / TransConflict
By Matthew Parish

Through threats and cajolements, Dodik is proving remarkably adept at forcing senior international diplomats to respond to his agenda, rather than the other way round.

 

KOSOVO – THE NEGOTIATIONS, THE NORTH AND THE POLICE


22.05.2011. / Serbianna
By Gerard Gallucci

Whilst Belgrade shows a willingness to compromise on specific issues, Pristina remains wedded to a maximalist stance – particularly towards the north - that inhibits its scope for making concessions and has led to suggestions that regional stability could be threatened if the spectre of partition is raised.

 

THE WEST DREAMS ABOUT RUSSIA TO COLLAPSE


14.04.2011 / Pravda.Ru
Sergei Balmasov

Why does Finland almost openly support the extremist forces opposed to Russia? This question arises increasingly more often following the latest news from Finland. Last week a criminal case was filed for inciting ethnic hatred against Finnish priest Juha Molari who dared to criticize the website "Kavkaz-Center".

 

WAR CRIMES TRIAL OF FORMER WWII OFFICER IN HUNGARY HALTED FOR MEDICAL EXAMS


10.05.2011. / The Associated Press
By: Pablo Gorondi

The war crimes trial of a Hungarian former gendarmerie officer was temporarily suspended on Tuesday while doctors determine if he is healthy enough to continue.

 

TRUE OFFICERS DO NOT RUN AWAY FROM THE COURT OF LAW


04.05.2011. / Politika
Milan Galovic

General Miletic's interview to Politika

I do not see the cooperation with the ICTY as a stumbling block, but as a test to prove that Serbia and Europe actually share the same values

 

RS : REFERENDUM IN 45 DAYS


Decision on referendum published in RS Official Gazette, referendum in 45 days

 

EULEX REFUSES TO CONFISCATE SERBIAN REGISTRATION PLATES


27.04.2011. / Tanjug

The EU Mission in Kosovo (EULEX) has refused the request to confiscate vehicle registration plates for Kosovo that were issued by Serbia, Kosovo's Interior Minister Bajram Redzepi has stated.

 

BISHOP ARTEMIJE: LET'S BE CLEAR !


27.04.2011. / Diocese of Raska-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohija in exile

Since the beginning of problems called "Artemije case, there was a lot of those views in our fully understood and strongly supported. Recently, some of them there was a certain hesitation, confusion, indecision, let us follow.

 

SERBIA AND INDONESIA DIALOGUE


10.02.2011. / Tanjug

Serbia and Indonesia successfully stage inter-religious dialogue

 

LIBYAN ODYSSEY


10.02.2011. / NSPM
Nikola Tanasić

LIBYAN ODYSSEY AND THE DAWN OF A NEW SERBIAN PUBLIC OPINION

“The Arab awakening from the Serbian Perspective”

An innate interest for geopolitical affairs (as a consequence of the geographic location and accumulated historical experiences), as well as paying a considerably close attention to events on the global scale (being aware that they shape our lives far more than it might seem at first), resulted in the fact that the public opinion in Serbia very sophisticatedly differentiates amongst the finesses present on the world’s political stage for which the equally-educated citizens of the western countries often don’t know that they even exist.

 

ODYSSEY DAWN AND TWILIGHT OF CIVILIZATION


04.04.2011. / NSPM
Đorđe Vukadinović

A View from Serbia

Just don’t tell me that Gaddafi is being ousted because he is an authoritarian ruler who has no democratic legitimacy. Libya is neither Switzerland nor Sweden, but a slightly bizarre family dictatorship, which is doubtless. However, at the same time, it is also doubtless that when compared to some of its Arab counterparts, including American favorites from the Saudi Kingdom, Gaddafi’s Jamahiriya almost seems like democratic Athens in Pericles’ Golden Age.

 

PUTIN VISITS SERBIA IN RACE TO THE BOTTOM


Apr 2, 2011. / Serbianna
By James George Jatras

Last week’s visit to Serbia by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin could not have come at a better time or – depending on how you look at it – at a worse time.

 
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