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“Humanitarian Intervention” And The „New World Order“: Violation Of The International Law (III)

The norms of Public International Law and doctrine of collective security after 1945 did not stop different forms of armed interventions around the globe but especially by the US – a country which became a global champion of aggression. Armed “humanitarian” interventions are still and are going to be a reality of the present and future international relations under the umbrella of the R2P.

Airstrikes in Syria

“Humanitarian Intervention” And The „New World Order“: Violation Of The International Law (II)

The ideas of “humanitarian intervention” and collective security became brutally misused by the US’ administration at the time of the New World Order. In general, World Order after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 has been interpreted in various ways but the very fact is that a bipolar world order after 1945 became replaced by a unipolar world order, based on the USA as a hyperpower state.

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“Humanitarian Intervention” And The „New World Order“: Violation Of The International Law (I)

The term „humanitarian intervention“ is the American political neologism (newly coined word) to morally cover a new format of  Washington’s global imperialism at the time of the post-Cold War’s „New World Order“ in which the USA feel very comfortable to play a role of a global policeman. Theoretically, according to […]

Badnjak in Belgrade

Oaked Fires in Serbia

For the Slavs, the tree remains all central and bearing, the fecund creature that holds the seeds of all, the progenitor for the verdant world. To down such a tree, or, in the tradition of the badnjak, to remove a sampling of oak covered in brown gold leafing, would require ceremonial preliminaries.

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace Ballet

Crystal palace is an unusual ballet because it is based on an historical episode during the rule of Empress Anna Ioanovna. The action is set in 18th century Saint Petersburg, then the capital of the Russian Empire.

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Russia And The Balkans (1804): A Program About Slavonic-Serbian State Under The Russian Protectorate (I)

Imperial Russia as an Orthodox country and the country with the largest Slavic population gradually inspired the spiritual-political leader of the Serbian nation during the Habsburg and Ottoman lordships, to believe that only the Romanovs could be real liberators and protectors of the Serbs and the rest of the South-Slavs, especially the Orthodox ones.