Tomislav Nikolic left the ultra-nationalist political past behind, embraced the EU aspirations for Serbia, found new allies in the West and became new president of Serbia. His victory is largely attributed to growing dissatisfaction of Serbian voters with bad economy, corruption and overall state of democracy under the rule of his opponent, Boris Tadic and his party. This article sheds some light on the political past, present and future of the new Serbian leader.
One of the world’s greatest shipping and oil magnates and a great philantropist, Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller, died at the age of 98 in Denmark, Copenhagen, last month. He was regarded as the most influential Danish businessman. In this article we will have a closer look at Mr. Mc-Kinney Moeller’s life and legacy.
Most of people think that french is a beautiful language. Even most of them consider that it’s the language of love. Sthéphane Hessel, one of the founding fathers of the Human Rights Declaration is able to show us french as a language for revolution through his book, Indignez-Vous. The time to outrage has come!
Nigel Farage is widely known for his “straight” speeches at the EU Parliament. On 24 February 2010 in a response to a speech of Herman Van Rompuy (the President of the European Council) he taunted the EU leader by saying that he had “the charisma of a damp rag and the appearance of low grade bank clerk”.
Remember, in 1995, when Clinton couldn’t stop laughing at Yelstin’s comment to a reporter? Let’s relive it again.