Balkans

If The Macedonian Naming Dispute is Settled to Athens’ Satisfaction They Will Ironically Have Turkey to Thank

Macedonian (aka FYROM) Prime Minister Zoran Zaev has claimed that he has reached an agreement with his Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras on renaming the country. The Macedonian naming issue has been the source of a decades long dispute between Skopje and Athens. Thus far, the dispute has led to Greece preventing […]

Serbian President Thanks Turkey for “Stabilising Balkans” as Erdogan Slams Western Meddling in Region

Serbian President Alexander Vucic has met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and other Turkish officials in Ankara. The meetings which have been characterised as positive by both sides are aimed at improving both economic and security ties. After paying a visit to pay respects at Anıtkabir, the mausoleum to modern Turkey’s founder Mustafa […]

A Golden Era for Serbia-Turkey Relations That Mainstream and Alt-Media Have Completely Ignored

On the 6th of May, Serbian President Alexander Vucic will arrive in Turkey for a meeting organised by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The meeting is part of a serious of increased bilateral summits that have taken place between high level officials over the last year representing two countries which have traditionally […]

The Balkans, Once a Battlefield Between Russia and Turkey is Now a Battle Field Between Turkey and the USA

Almost every Muslim majority state or region in the Balkans is now home to schools and so-called ‘charitable institutions’ associated with the Fethullah Terrorist Organisation (FETO). From Bosnia and Albania to parts of Macedonia (aka FYROM) and the Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija, FETO’s presence is  widely known and unlike some […]

The CIA Could Have Killed Ivanovic To Pave The Way For Regime Change In Kosovo

America’s been putting pressure on its Balkan puppet “state” over the past year, and the possible false-flag assassination of a high-profile Serbian politician in Kosovo could have been staged to implicate the Autonomous Province’s “leadership”, thus paving the way for regime change there and consequently making the EU more amenable […]