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«Current Concerns», n° 13, 28 March 2013

The Nato-aggression against Yugoslavia from 1999 was a model of the new wars of conquest”

« ““Humanitarian interventions” as a pretext for deployment of US-troops” », Interview with Živadin Jovanovi / « “The Nato-Aggression against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1999” », by Milica Radojkovic-Hänsel / «“Ten years already! Extracts out of the Conference volum “Nato Aggression. The Twighlight of the West” ” » / «“Nations without past have no future, either”», by Major Pierre Henri Bunel / «“Never forget The final docment of the Belgrade International Conference”» / «“EU wants to train and equip terrorists in Syria” » / « “The “EU Councils” try to seize direct power” » / « “France in economic decline” » / «“We want to hold on to the militia army” », Interview with National Councillor Jakob Büchler / «“Understanding Iran!”», Gotthard Frick / «“ Discontent about EU is increasing ”»

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