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Antiwar Radio: Nebojsa Malic

Nebojsa Malic, author of the “Moments of Transition” column on Antiwar.com, discusses the Council of Europe report on Kosovo’s “mafia-like” government that traffics in drugs, weapons and human organs; the KLA‘s speedy (and undeserved) 1998 transition from a US-designated terrorist group to a band of “freedom fighters;” the multitude of lies before, during and after the Kosovo War; how Richard Holbrooke helped negotiate the laudable Dayton Agreement bringing peace to Bosnia-Herzegovina then worked steadfastly to undermine it; and how the US effort to reinvigorate NATO – which became an anachronism after the Soviet collapse – can partly explain the seemingly strange US interest in Kosovo.

Antiwar Radio: Nebojsa Malic

Nebojsa Malic, author of the “Moments of Transition” column on Antiwar.com, discusses the unacceptable-by-design Rambouillet Agreement, how the U.S.-led NATO war against Serbia set a precedent for future extralegal wars, the realpolitik goals behind U.S. interest in the Balkans and the current condition of the gangster state known as Kosovo.

November 2, 2003 – Nebojsa Malic


Philip Dru interviews Nebojsa Malic, who writes the column Balkan Express on Antiwar.com, about what happened in the former Yugoslavia.
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