Friday, January 19, 2007

Submerged Albanian Town Rises Again

Romanian Gypsies in Italy have a hard life

Current Policy Towards Serbia, Russia,Kosovo

Serbs Prepare to Shrug off Milosevic

Serbs Court Strange Bedfellows

Slovenian policy will focus on Western Balkans

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Montenegrin Premier Diagnosed with Rare Lung Tumor

Please people people....Do Not Listen to the voices in your head! It's probably NOT God!

Albanian Man Convicted of Arson

Gotovina Challenges Jurisdiction of ICTY

Please, that tactic has been tried before, it doesn't work.

BiH not a model for Iraq

I don't agree with all the opinions in this piece, but it's worth note that Iraq and BiH are VERY different places and what works alright in one situation isn't necessarily the answer in another situation.

Interesting perspective on Holocaust Denial

As I see it, wilful and determined denial of established fact for malevolent purposes is quite simply the equivalent of fraud and should be dealt with similarly.
It's interesting because of the point about the way that Turkey handles discussion of the Armenian question and how Germany, Austria,and other nations handle discussion of the Holocaust.

I think your idea of suing people for fraud when someone denies these sorts of things is interesting. I wonder how much disinformation could be wiped out totally?

I wonder how enforcible it would be too. Still I think it an interesting idea, and worth considering.
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