Nebojsa Malic

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(journalist)
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ResidenceUnited States
Alma materGraceland University
Bosnian-Serbian writer focusing on geopolitics. His writings on the wars in the former Yugoslavia are of particular interest.

Nebojsa Malic is a Bosnian-Serbian writer focusing on geopolitics. His writings on the wars in the former Yugoslavia are of particular interest.

Biography

Malic left his home in Bosnia after the Dayton Accords and currently resides in the United States. During the Bosnian War he had exposure to diplomatic and media affairs in Sarajevo. As a historian who specializes in international relations and the Balkans, Malic has written numerous essays on the Kosovo War, Bosnia, and Serbian politics.

He has written a column for Antiwar.com since year 2000, and has several blogs, including Gray Falcon and at Muckrack. He is a regular writer on Russia Today.


 

A Document by Nebojsa Malic

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Invasions of the Mind Snatchersarticle19 February 2014"Democracy"
"Arab Spring"
CANVAS
Colour revolution
US/Sponsored Regime-change efforts since 1945
A good introduction to the current template and modus-operandi of US/NATO-sponsored "Regime-change" operations which began with the destruction of Yugoslavia and have been repeated in at least a dozen countries in so-called "colour revolutions" and the "Arab Spring" in the decade or so since


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