The passengers on Monday morning flight to The Hague were Jovica Stanišić and Franko Simatović, key persons of Milošević’s Serbian secret police. They didn’t go for a picnic or on a business meeting, and definitely not to a pleasant gathering during pre-holiday period. They flew to the hearing of the Appeals Chamber of the International … More Morning Flight to the Hague
Emotions, even sadness, always seemed to me as something completely separate from politics. Until the moment we were invited by Argentine President Carlos Menem to his house, for lunch. The President’s residence consisted of big complex of buildings, playgrounds and airports, fully fenced with brick wall, in the middle of Buenos Aires. The house where … More A Passionate Relationship With Politics
The Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia came to the police station on Sunday afternoon and demanded his hearing. This was followed by a surprise press conference of the Minister of Interior of his government. Not only for the information that the President, Aleksandar Vučić, was innocent and that this was proved on polygraph. … More Real or Staged Coup D’etat?