Share This: No government is happy with being criticized by the media regardless of how aware it is that being criticized is beneficial for democracy
Share This: On 22nd July, the 9th rehabilitation summer Camp of Love and Hope, organized by the National Association of Parents of Children with Cancer (NURDOR), was opened for children and young people from all over Serbia who completed their … Continue reading
Share This: Source: N1 This year’s Mostar Peace Connection Award went to N1 Editorial Board Chairman Brent Sadler, who reported from that Bosnia-Herzegovina city for CNN during the war of the 1990s.
Share This: Dear readers, Lately we have witnessed two major diplomatic breakthroughs that made us a bit more optimistic about the future on this planet: the first was the meeting between the two “archenemies”, Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, … Continue reading
Share This: Dear readers, In the world, the IS is fading away and the new coalitions are looming, since the winners: Russia, Assad, the Kurds, Turkey, the USA, Israel, Iran, Hezbollah, Saudi Arabia… are prepared to fight for their pieces … Continue reading
Share This: Dear readers, The last month was deeply marked by the infamous speech of Nobel prize winner Herta Müller in Belgrade. Perhaps this all derives from her family background, but there is a fundamental flaw in it.
Share This: Objective and impartial journalism is facing extermination Text: Žikica Milošević I heard someone say once that you can never defend yourself from Jugoslav Ćosić despite attempting to dodge questions or mince words. As soon as you catch your … Continue reading
Share This: Dear readers, They say the fashion is circular and the things usually become fashionable again some 20+ years later. Well, they are quite right. In the case of nationalisms and patriotism, referenda and independences.
Share This: After riots in American South recently the hot debate was reinstated – de debate of Civil War, slavery, and the old flosculas have been revived: the Northwas either progressive or greedy, the South was either racist or noble, … Continue reading
Share This: Text and photos: Žikica Milošević There aren’t many older cultures and countries in Europe, and at the same time little-known and marginalised, as Georgia and Armenia. The first two nations to collectively accept Christianity, these two gems of … Continue reading