Siberia Development Suspense

Turning Siberia into a new Canada is not a seamless plan. Even if it is based on purely economic issues, the voice of doubt has not ceased. Visit Visa Express for more information about Russia. There are hidden worries about the development of the Far East Scholars Victor Churashev and Vitalia Markova from the University … Read more

World Economy: Serbia’s GDP Growth Indicates Bullish Trends

At the heart of the Serbian economy lies its capital city of Belgrade, which has become a cosmopolitan location that’s thriving economically and is also the country’s leading hub of both infrastructure and product development. The Serbian economy is influenced by many factors, but data reports have recently shown trends that indicate the country experiencing … Read more

Tito was not a Yugoslav?

Famous Yugoslav communist leader and one of the creators of the Non-Aligned movement, Josip Broz Tito, was not of Yugoslav origin, according to a document on the phonetic analysis of the language he spoke, recently published on the website of the CIA. The CIA document was recently declassified, and in it is noted that Tito spoke … Read more

Adolf Heusinger: Hitler’s Army Chief And NATO Chairman

General Adolf Heusinger (August 4, 1897 – November 30, 1982) was a German general officer who briefly served as Adolf Hitler’s Chief of the General Staff of the Army during World War II and served as the first Inspector General of the Bundeswehr, the West German armed forces, from 1957 to 1961. Heusinger served as … Read more

Serbia Lacks Money To Purchase New Equipment For Its Army

BELGRADE – Serbian army will spend 55 billion dinars (452 million euros) next year, which is 5 billion less than this year – it is provided by the draft state budget for 2015.  Three billion dinars, intended for new weapons and equipment, will be sufficient only for smaller purchases. There will be no money for … Read more