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Tiberio Graziani, journalist, Italy. "We need a paradigm shift, a cultural change. We are living in very complex times. We are in the midst of a long geopolitical transition from the so-called US-led unipolar moment to a new one, which we can define as polycentric or multipolar. This is accompanied by a deep scientific and technological revolution and innovation, particularly evident in the information field. I believe that if we keep these two elements in mind we can try to identify paths or a communication and information strategy in order to help citizens to make their own critical opinion about the various occurring facts.
Dirk Pohlmann (Germany), journalist, screenwriter and film director
Bjorn Nistad (Norway), blogger, historian, journalist
Deborah Scranton (USA), documentary film director, producer, journalist
At a recent UN Security Council meeting on Bosnia and Herzegovina, another biased and false report by the UN High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Valentin Inzko, caused a negative response from Republika Srpska and Russia’s UN envoy Vasily Nebenzya. We discussed this with Milorad Dodik, the leader of the Serbs in Bosnia and a Serbian member of the Presidium of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Amazing things keep happening in Ukraine: what we (and many others) had been writing and talking about for almost a year was suddenly confirmed by the most unusual and unexpected source. According to the Orthodox Journalists Union website, citing Ukrainian radio program “ Persona Grata,” Filaret Denisenko not only rejects the status of “former Metropolitan of Kiev” that Constantinople gave him, but also says that he has never recognized the anathema placed upon him in 1997 by the Russian Orthodox Church, of which he was once a canonical hierarch.
On May 15th  the “honorary patriarch” of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine Filaret Denysenko held a press conference in his residence on Pushkinskaya Street  in Kiev. Fully aware of the public interest in his vision of the relationship between his Kiev “Patriarchate” (the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kiev Patriarchate) and the Patriarchate of Constantinople in Ukraine (the Orthodox Church of Ukraine), Patriarch Filaret spoke for almost an hour, revealing the details of his agreements with the head of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine Epiphanius Dumenko, former President Petr Poroshenko, and representatives of the Patriarchate of Constantinople. 
  • Category: Experts |
  • Date: 27-05-2019, 01:22
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The new format of an iternational event is a dialog that is called “The Unite Eurasia from the Atlantic ocean to the Pacific ocean” took place first time this year in Brusseles. The organizers of this event are the Fond Roscongress and association Learn Eurasia with the support of the European bisiness association and the Belgium trade chamber. One of the main topics of the meeting were: multiples strategies – one aim; constant corporations and dialog according to standards.
  • Category: Analytics |
  • Date: 17-04-2019, 12:29
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During NATO's aggression, the Yugoslav ground forces consisted of three armies. The First army defended the central and northern parts of Serbia, the Second army, based in Podgorica, controlled the western part of Serbia and all areas of Montenegro, and the Third army, with headquarters in Nis, operated in the southern part of Serbia, including Kosovo and Metohija. The Third army, led by its legendary commander, General Nebojša Pavković, bore the brunt of the enemy attacks during the aggression. General Pavkovic was the chief strategist of military operations in the part of Serbia that came under particularly heavy bombardments from the air, attacks from Albania, and raids from Albanian terrorists.
  • Category: Experts |
  • Date: 26-03-2019, 13:00
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