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The Story of Sevdalinke, Part I: The Saz

Standing at the sliding metal gate that shields his courtyard from the neighborhood, Ćamil Metiljević waves me inside. We shake hands and cross the…

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From Germany With Love

A major international publishing house has confirmed that an academic article written by Belgrade mayor Sinisa Mali was plagiarized. Mayor Mali’s doctoral dissertation was…

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The Velvet Revolution

Scottish Referendum a New Velvet Revolution?

A referendum will be held in Scotland today, to possibly acquire total devolution of power to be handed down to a sovereign independent state without any English interference and total economic freedom. Scots may be encouraged by the example of Slovakia. Scotland and England have had a long and intertwined history: two Scottish wars of independence, dating back to the 1296 and 1332 – both times with the Scots rebelling against the English invasions of Scotland. Later in 1603, Scottish rule over England began, as King James VI of Scotland inherited the English throne through fortunate circumstances. The Scottish rule of England was short lived due to the religious ferment thrown up by the English Civil Wars, which resulted in Oliver Cromwell leading forces against Scottish armies and gaining control of Scotland under the Commonwealth of England….

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Last Dispatch from Serbia

To any journalists currently working in Serbia, I know the situation for people in your vocation is not good. We have all seen the…

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