Interviews

Charles Simic, poet and essayist: A smoked ham for poetry

Charles Simic is among America’s greatest poets. In late August he spent two days in his hometown of Belgrade, whilst on his way back from Macedonia, where he received the "Golden Wreath of the Struga Poetry Evenings", one of Europe’s most important poetry awards, in recognition of his entire poetry opus.

Interviews Tuesday, October 10, 2017 12:18 Comments: 2

Serb-Albanian ties "better than ever" - says Serbian PM

"I think that the relations between Serbia and Albania are doing better than any time. This is a very positive sign. Certainly, it is really, first and foremost, thanks to Prime Minister Edi Rama and President Aleksandar Vucic," the Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabic, has said.

Interviews Monday, August 28, 2017 12:35 Comments: 11

Vatican's envoy in Serbia: At service of dialogue and peace

"Members (of the Mixed Commission) acknowledged that the shared review of Cardinal Stepinac’s life was a positive experience and that the meetings took place in a climate of cordiality and free exchange. The work accomplished in those months allowed for a better knowledge of the historical period extending from the Second World War to the death of the Cardinal in 1960."

Interviews Friday, August 25, 2017 12:15 Comments: 4

Kosovo war court president promises impartial justice

The president of the Kosovo Specialist Chambers, Ekaterina Trendafilova, told BIRN the new court has no ethnic bias, will protect its witnesses from intimidation and deliver justice impartially and independently

Interviews Friday, July 21, 2017 14:10 Comments: 7

"Friendship of Trump's US is far from essential for Albania"

"I recognize the reluctance of the EU to admit another member (contiguous with Greece) that could wind up as a financial burden on the Union. But for EU members to view Albania from that perspective is to miss a critical difference. The Albanian people, from my experience, have a work ethic and will to succeed utterly unlike anything that might be found in Greece or indeed in most other current EU member nations," says David A. Andelman, Editor Emeritus of New York- based World Policy Journal where he served for seven years as editor and publisher of the 35-year-old global affairs magazine published by the World Policy Institute.

Interviews Wednesday, July 19, 2017 14:09 Comments: 1
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