Aleksandar Pavic

Independent analyst and researcher

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August 15, 2022
Nicholas Burns and Geoffrey Nice – Two Key Actors in the West’s Kosovo-Ukraine-China Triangle of Destabilization

The modus operandi of the West’s “elites” is that it’s not the truth that matters but successfully managing the hypocrisy so that it doesn’t appear too painfully obvious.

March 3, 2022
Understanding the Ukraine Crisis From the Last Free Enclave in Europe – Outside of Russia and Belarus, That Is

Why would Moscow agree to the very real possibility of nuclear missiles deployed at its borders, which could reach it in 7-8 minutes?

April 2, 2021
The West Is More Concerned With the Multipolar ‘Virus’ Than the Corona Virus in the Balkans

The collective West is busy showing what it thinks of Serbia’s determination to conduct an independent policy through an old-fashioned show of force.

February 6, 2021
Sputnik V Gets an Unexpected Boost From NATO in Serbia

Aleksandar Pavic describes how the lack of either EU or NATO membership has proven to be an advantage for Serbia in a time of crisis.

December 26, 2020
Lavrov Exposes Neocolonialism in Western Poster Child Bosnia-Herzegovina

The Western powers want Bosnia and Herzegovina to remain a Western protectorate until it becomes a Muslim-dominated state, Aleksandar Pavic writes.

October 30, 2020
Berlin’s Newest Drang nach Osten Started in the 1990s With the Serbs

It is one thing for a country the size and wealth of Germany to seek its rightful place in the world. It’s quite another, however, to do it in such an aggressive and dishonest way.

October 2, 2020
The Brezhnev Doctrine Comes Alive in Montenegro

What the collective West seems to be saying to Montenegrins these days is, “Democracy is a simple game – the people cast their ballots on election day and at the end, NATO and the EU always win. Or else…”

September 9, 2020
What Exactly Connects the White House, Jerusalem, Belgrade and Pristina?

What do a Serb and a Kosovo Albanian say to each other now when parting? Next year in Jerusalem!

September 5, 2020
Did the Berlin Wall Just Fall in Montenegro?

It may have been hard enough for the West to support a figure like Djukanovic for so long, but now he had become undefendable.

June 23, 2019
The Balkans and Their Consequences

The re-Balkanization of the Balkans by the West in the 1990s set important precedents for other aggressive moves of the Cold War victors the world over during the next two decades, which brought peace neither to the regions nor to the Balkanized international scene.