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Chronicles‘ distinguished foreign affairs editor has a way of exciting controversy. Often the cause is his view of Islam. Despite the fact that he has declared, over and over, that he opposes the aggressive policies and measures taken by the US against Iraq and Afghanistan, his historical critique has been sufficiently on-target to create a whole host of enemies. The most recent attack comes from a surprising source, the Belgrade publication Politika, which is often said to be the Serbian (formerly Yugoslav equivalent) of the New York Times.
The regime of Bashar al-Assad is in some trouble, but it is not in any immediate danger of collapsing; if there is no foreign intervention it may survive.
The geopolitical framework for an upgrade in Russian-German relations.
Srdja Trifkovic is no stranger to Chronicles readers, many of whom have found his articles commenting on foreign affairs, with particular attention to the Balkans, to be insightful, penetrating, and written with authority. His latest book, The Krajina Chronicle, provides further confirmation of his extraordinary talent.