Share This: Dear readers, There is a well-known narrative about Kosovo as the “most expensive Serbian word”, and we know a lot about it, up to the point of being overdramatic. I understand what Kosovo might mean to the Serbs, … 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: 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: Dear readers, It is like this world never learns anything. New “kids” entered old palaces, like Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump, albeit with varying degree of success. For most of the world, Macron is something between JFK, James … Continue reading
Share This: Dear readers, There are few ultimate dystopian novels that everyone knows. These are “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley and “1984” by George Orwell (both derived from “We” by Yevgeny Zamyatin, by the way).
Share This: Dear readers, During the era of Socialism I took a particular pleasure to confront with my brilliant Marxism teacher. He preached about dialectical materialism, and I promoted the thesis that mediaeval Christian philosophy based on metaphysical idealism is … Continue reading
Share This: A year ago we started a new magazine, with a clear aim to be the most objective among the printed media in our country. We tried to cover both sides of the stories, because we clearly knew that … Continue reading
Share This: Žikica Milošević, Editor-in-Chief Dear readers, Ewan McGregor, commenting on the second installment of the famous film Trainspotting (T2), said that the 90s had this tremendous feeling of optimism and euphoria and that Trainspotting, hand in hand with Oasis, … Continue reading