Angelina Jolie coming to Belgrade? Read the review of “In the land of blood and honey” Angelina Jolie is doing a movie on Bosnian war – it’s official now and it will star Rade Serbedzija together with possibly other actors from the region. While the plot is still unclear, it
Srdan Golubovic, Serbian director known mostly by his previous movie The Trap, managed to secure funding for his next project, a movie entitled “Circles” (Serbian: Krugovi). What’s interesting about the movie is that it’s inspired by the heroic deed by Srdjan Aleksic, Bosnian Serb soldier who lost his life while
Apparently the word does not exist in Serbian vocabulary if you’re trying to use it in a phrase “Srebrenica genocide”. In that case, it is possible to use only words such as “war crime”, “killings” “mass murder”, or as the upcoming Serbian parliament resolution on Srebrenica will suggest – “a
News making rounds in Serbian blogosphere these days: group of 200 intellectuals wrote a letter to the government where they ask for a referendum on whether or not Serbia should join NATO. They believe Serbia should maintain to be “militarily neutral [Serbia], true to herself and her own traditions”. There
Ex-prez Milan Milutinovic is free, but the rest of the former state high officials are gonna do some time. For most of them the jail sentences they got actually mean life. In Serbia, again a lot of contradictory reactions – most were expecting the verdict like this, but are somewhat
Serbian Ministry of tourism recently said that there will be only 135 thousand euros spent for re-branding of Serbia this year. This is admittedly not a lot of money considering some countries spend that much for the same purpose in a day. But, on the other hand, it is way
In Serbia we had more than enough opportunity to be exposed to war propaganda, be it from the NATO or from the Serbian side. By analyzing media throughout the 1999 bombing of Serbia it was pretty clear that a military machinery such as the NATO keeps on its payroll a
Year and a half after the state of Serbia was acquitted of genocide charges in Bosnia and Hercegovina, the state of Croatia now got a green light to see if it can prove that Serbia committed any genocide on Croatian territory. Serbia will most likely respond with a counter charge – that Croatia committed ethnic cleansing when it expelled from their homes several hundred thousand Serbs in 1995 and made them refugees to Serbia proper. What are the actual chances of these states winning at court and how much damage they can actually do to each other?