A great man is one who collects knowledge the way a bee collects honey and uses it to help people overcome the difficulties they endure - hunger, ignorance and disease!
- Nikola Tesla

Remember, remember always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.
- Franklin Roosevelt

While their territory has been devastated and their homes despoiled, the spirit of the Serbian people has not been broken.
- Woodrow Wilson

Nebojša Malić

Nebojša Malić (Sarajevo, 1977) is a translator, foreign policy blogger and columnist.

He holds a BA in History and International Studies from Graceland University in Iowa.

Since October 2000, he has been a regular columnist for Antiwar.com focusing on the former Yugoslavia, Europe, and Russia. In addition to his two weblogs - in Serbian and English - Malić has written for several Serbian magazines, and is a contributing editor to the web magazine "Stanje Stvari." He also frequently appears on RT International and Russia's Kanal1 television, as a foreign policy commentator.

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From January to November 2014, Malić was President and Executive Director of the R. Archibald Reiss Institute for Serbian Studies, dedicated to research and publication of accurate Serbian history and combating defamation of Serbs in the media.

He lives and works in the Washington, DC. area.


People Directory

Vladimir Rajčić

Born in the city of Pec, Serbia, Ex-Yugoslavia, Vladimir was involved in music and acting in his early young stages. He wanted to be an actor ever since he could remember. He is very outspoken. Knowing how to speak many languages helped him out to be cast by different casting directors.

He majored in journalism, music and acting.

Vladimir plays guitar. He enjoys skydiving and scuba diving, very good at soccer and karate.

Back in Serbia he played in a big rock band.

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Publishing

God Views Us Through Love

by Ignatije (Midic), bishop of Branicevo-Pozarevac

The present volume collects essays and articles written by Bishop Ignatije on man within history and within the Church; on the roots of the Church according to Saint Maximus the Confessor; on how God views us through love; about a call to rediscover our true self in our neighbor; on reconciliation in society and policy; on iconising that which is to come seen in the Iconography of Stamatis Skliris.