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Raspisali se oko pojedinih zemalja sa ZOI, pa postavljaju pitanja i upućuju na CIA World Factbook


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Opredeljujem se da ovo tumačim kao signal da nam vraćaju Kosovo.

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Post by паће on Sat Feb 10, 2018 4:34 pm

Неко је лепо написао пре 20+ година, како ће се кроз пар генерација косовски ауторитети наћи у небраном грожђу кад буде требало да објасне зашто на њиховим вековним огњиштима сви топоними имају српско порекло.


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Post by KinderLad on Sat Feb 10, 2018 4:58 pm

Ako moze Berlin da prodje...
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Post by Utvara on Sat Feb 10, 2018 5:17 pm

паће wrote:Неко је лепо написао пре 20+ година, како ће се кроз пар генерација косовски ауторитети наћи у небраном грожђу кад буде требало да објасне зашто на њиховим вековним огњиштима сви топоними имају српско порекло.

Zabole ih zadnja loža.
Berlin, njihov glavni grad je slovenski toponim.

Što kaže Filipenko, cela Istočna Nemačka ima slovenske toponime pa nikom ništa. Dresden(Drozd? Drežd?), Leipzig (Lipovica), Chemnitz (Kamenica), respektivno tri najveća grada u Saksoniji. Pored Drezdena, seoski distrikt Budišin (Bautzen) i svi srpski toponimi preslovljeni na nemački.
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Post by beatakeshi on Sat Feb 10, 2018 5:20 pm

Utvara wrote:


Zabole ih primicač

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U Dnevniku 2 @RTS_Vesti veoma važna informacija o tome šta nalog CIA na tviteru piše o tome kako je nastala reč Kosovo.

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Post by Gargantua on Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:20 pm

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February 12th 2018

Kosovo's future after a decade of independence



February 17th will mark ten years since Kosovo unilaterally declared independence from Serbia. Kosovo's unilateral declaration of independence (UDI) has had a major impact on the international order, belying the country's tiny size (about 11,000 square km, similar to Lebanon, Cyprus and Jamaica) and its small population (about 1.8m, comparable to Guinea-Bissau, Bahrain and Latvia). Serbia remains opposed to recognising Kosovo, although its president, Aleksandar Vucic, has dangled the prospect of a deal that would amount to a de facto recognition of Kosovo's independence, but the obstacles are huge. A deal would pave the way to further diplomatic recognition and eventual EU membership. However, none of this is likely to resolve the underlying social and economic problems confronting Kosovo.

Kosovo's attempt to establish itself as an independent state has been long and arduous. Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008, but it had effectively broken away from Serbia in 1999 when NATO forces bombed Serbia into withdrawing its security forces from the province. Serbia's sovereignty over the province has since been only nominal. Kosovo was for the better part of a decade after 1999 administered as a UN protectorate. Supreme decision-making power was vested in a high representative appointed by the UN secretary-general to oversee the UN peacekeeping mission responsible for Kosovo, UNMIK. A partial exception to the termination of Serbian sovereignty concerns a strip of territory north of the Ibar river directly adjoining Serbia proper.

International influence in Kosovo remains significant

UNMIK no longer has control over Kosovo, but in many respects Kosovo remains a quasi-protectorate. NATO continues to garrison the country and retains overall responsibility for security, whereas the state's justice and security functions are overseen by the EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo, better known by its acronym, EULEX. International appointees sit on Kosovo's highest judicial body, the Constitutional Court. The Kosovo Constitution has specific curbs on self-determination, including banning Kosovo from unifying with Albania.

Kosovo remains distant from EU membership; it received no mention as a possible candidate in the most recent EU strategy document on enlargement in the region, published on February 6th. Serbia continues to refuse to recognise Kosovo's independence, stymying Kosovo's entry to international institutions, including membership of the UN, which remains the sine qua non of internationally recognised sovereign statehood.

Russia and China, both of which wield veto power on the UN Security Council, refuse to recognise Kosovo's secession, fearing that Chechnya/Dagestan and the Xinjiang region respectively would be emboldened to do the same as Kosovo. Moreover, five members of the EU (Cyprus, Greece, Slovakia, Spain and Romania) similarly refuse to recognise Kosovo's independence, mainly because of these states' own long-standing territorial disputes or concerns with restive secessionist movements. Tensions between Serbia and Kosovo remain high, and there are frequent disputes over Serbia's influence in northern Kosovo, alongside a fraught process of negotiations seeking to normalise relations between the two countries since the 2013 Brussels agreement was signed under EU auspices.

Kosovo has fared better than other secessionists

In some ways, compared with other territories that have declared independence since 2008, Kosovo appears to have fared relatively well. South Sudan, which declared independence from Sudan in 2011, has been beset by a bloody and bitter civil war since 2013, even though the country has gained entry to the UN, unlike Kosovo. The enclaves of South Ossetia and Abkhazia both declared independence from Georgia in 2008 following the Russo-Georgian war that year, both statelets explicitly citing the Kosovo precedent as justification. Both these territories are entirely dependent on Russian patronage and enjoy virtually zero international recognition, whereas Kosovo has gained recognition from 111 of 193 states in the world. Russian-backed separatists referred to the Kosovo precedent when Russia annexed Crimea in early 2014. The conflict in the Donbas, in eastern Ukraine, between Ukraine and Russian-backed rebel separatists is set to continue at a low level for the foreseeable future.

That Kosovo has fared better than these other would-be countries over the past decade is unlikely to bring much succour to its citizens. Having long been the poorest province of the former Yugoslavia, as an independent country Kosovo remains very poor with a large informal economy beset by smuggling, as well as suffering high unemployment (nearly a quarter of the labour force), endemic corruption, crime and deep political disaffection.

A polarised society

Kosovo also remains a society radically polarised along ethnic lines, with a beleaguered population of minority ethnic Serbs confined to various enclaves around the country after about 200,000 of their compatriots were forced out in 1999. Those who remain have suffered violence in the form of anti-Serb pogroms such as in 2004, and persistent attacks on private property, individuals and pilgrims, as well as on religious and cultural monuments. Most recently, on January 16th 2018, in a sign of the country's lawless state, a leading local Serb politician, Oliver Ivanovic, widely seen as a moderate, was gunned down outside his party offices in the northern town of Mitrovica by unknown assassins.

Kosovo's ethnic Albanian political elite comes from the leadership of the guerrilla campaign waged against Serbia by the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) in the 1990s. These groups have tended to monopolise political power ever since, with major figures of the ruling Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), including both the president, Hashim Thaci, and the prime minister, Ramush Haradinaj, having served as senior figures in the KLA.

Some members of this political elite have been accused of war crimes and having enriched themselves through involvement in international smuggling. A special court has been convened in The Hague and under the auspices of the EU to prosecute alleged war crimes committed by former guerrilla leaders against ethnic Serbs as well as against political opponents. Parliamentarians from the ruling PDK are now trying to overturn legislation that led to the establishment of the special war crimes court, indicating the growing fears among Kosovo's politicians of possible legal indictments.

The prospect of a deal

Nevertheless, despite all these problems, Mr Vucic has tantalisingly put forward the prospect of a grand bargain that could see Serbia accept Kosovo's independence. As a hardline, ex-nationalist, Mr Vucic possibly is politically well placed to enact such a transformation. Such a deal would remove barriers to further diplomatic recognition of Kosovo, and with it economic and investment opportunities, and would also remove a significant barrier to joining the EU. However, it is not clear whether an agreement can be reached in the face of opposition both in Serbia and in Kosovo. In Kosovo, for example, there is likely to be resistance to any concessions that Pristina, its capital, might have to make in exchange for recognition (for example, on the status of the north). Furthermore, in and of itself a Serbia-Kosovo deal would not resolve underlying social and economic problems in Kosovo, which are likely to persist regardless of its international status.

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Post by Gargantua on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:32 am

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Kosovo president expects to reach "historic" deal with Serbia this year
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PRISTINA (Reuters) - Kosovo expects to resolve outstanding issues with Serbia this year by reaching an “historic” agreement that would pave the way for the Balkan country to get a seat at the United Nations, President Hashim Thaci said on Tuesday.

Kosovo seceded a decade ago from Serbia, but its independence has not been recognized by Belgrade, which together with its traditional allies Moscow and Beijing has blocked Pristina’s bid for a U.N. seat.

As Belgrade moves closer to membership in the European Union, Serbian authorities are under pressure to resolve relations with neighbors including Kosovo.

”The deal between Kosovo and Serbia, which I believe will happen in 2018, will be a historic, a comprehensive agreement which will result in Kosovo’s membership in United Nations,” Thaci told Reuters in an interview.

Serbia lost control over Kosovo in 1999 when NATO waged a bombing campaign to halt killings of ethnic Albanians in a two-year counter-insurgency war. Nearly a decade later, in 2008, Kosovo declared independence, backed by the United States and most of the Western European states.

Kosovo’s independence has been recognized by 115 states so far.

Thaci said the agreement with Serbia would bring full normalization of relations between the former foes, although they may not be required to recognize each other as independent states.

Kosovo’s relations with Western countries was soured by an initiative to scrap a law that established a war crimes court. The initiative was shelved under pressure by Western embassies in Pristina, and the court was set up in 2015, although it has yet to hear a case.

The Specialist Chamber, which has the authority to try ex-Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) guerrillas for alleged atrocities in the war that led to independence from Serbia, is part of Kosovo’s legal system but based in The Hague to minimize the risks of witness intimidation and judicial corruption.

Kosovo’s media have reported that some of the leading Kosovo politicians, including Thaci, who was commander of the KLA, could be indicted by the court or called to testify.

“This was an historic injustice but for the sake of keeping the strategic partnership with the US, EU and NATO we created that (the court),” Thaci said. “Kosovo has nothing to hide.”

Asked what he would do if called to testify as a witness or defendant by the court, he said: “The president or any other citizen of this country has no reason to be afraid.”

We never violated Kosovo law or international laws. We have fought against a dictator, against a man who committed genocide,” he said, referring to former Yugoslav and Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic, who died in 2006 while on trial for war crimes.

The 1.8 million-strong country is preparing for a big celebration on Saturday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of its declaration of independence. Kosovo-born British singer Rita Ora is due to hold a big concert in Pristina.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-kosovo-president-interview/kosovo-president-expects-to-reach-historic-deal-with-serbia-this-year-idUSKCN1FX2NM?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Reuters%2FworldNews+%28Reuters+World+News%29
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Post by bruno sulak on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:40 am

smo komentarisali ovde uhapsene policajce iz km? one kojisu petljali sa dokazima?


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Post by Gargantua on Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:00 pm

Uzeli ljude neke čaure sa lica mesta, ništa spec.
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Post by bruno sulak on Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:03 pm

nisu znali 


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Ma da, no biggie. Šta da se komentariše, združena akcija zataškavanja je uspela, nikog u Srbiji ne boli pola kurca za to posle svih onih krokodilskih suza.
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Post by bruno sulak on Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:05 pm

sada su se histerici presaltovali na glogovca


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Haha da
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Post by bruno sulak on Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:29 pm

ali covek ubijen, protiv njega vodjena odvratna rezimska kampanja, kuma mu ubili, smestili zatvor, palili kola i sada tzv. nasi murkani uklanjaju dokaze i ovde sve normalno.

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Post by Zuper on Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:43 pm

Zasto EU preko Eulexa to dozvoljava?
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Post by ficfiric on Wed Feb 14, 2018 5:35 pm

ostap bender wrote:ali covek ubijen, protiv njega vodjena odvratna rezimska kampanja, kuma mu ubili, smestili zatvor, palili kola i sada tzv. nasi murkani uklanjaju dokaze i ovde sve normalno.

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Pa da, ali kad bi se insistiralo na razresavanju zlocina, stizali bi komentari "pun mi kurac Ivanovica" i sl.


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Post by beatakeshi on Wed Feb 14, 2018 5:48 pm

"Dobar dan, ko je ubio Ivanovića?"
Kad počne koprcanje i tzv. pasivna agresija samo citati i činjenice, i iznova pitanje ...

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Post by Gargantua on Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:03 pm

Rita Ora‏Потврђен налог @RitaOra

I am so excited to be joining all of you in Kosovo to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Independence on Feb 17! To mark this occasion I have created this hoodie (http://rokiconcert.com ) so you can all have a memory of this night we will share together…See you soon.




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Inače, razgovori sa Prištinom se nastavljaju 26-og, tako nešto.
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Post by Djamolidine Abdoujaparov on Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:19 pm

Na Kosovu, nešto drugačiji ton nemačkog šefa diplomatije Zigmara Gabrijela, kad je reč o priznanju Kosova kao suverene države.

"Jedan od izazova biće ubediti pet zemalja članica EU koje nisu priznale Kosovo da to učine, pošto Kosovo više nikada neće biti deo Srbije. Veoma je važno prihvatiti to i najbolje bi bilo pronaći rešenje sa Srbijom kako bi se završio konflikt oko granica i pitanje priznavanja. Zbog čega? Zbog toga što je to neophodno Srbiji, inače ne može postati članica EU. Istovremeno, to je važno i za Kosovo. U stvarnosti, to je win-win situacija ", rekao je Gabrijel.

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