>March 12, 2004: Madrid Bombings Highlight Extent and Capability of Islamist Networks. Reactivation of Bosnian Support Net for New US Attacks?
February 26, 2004: Serbian Police Uncover Albanian ANA/KLA Arms Cache in Southern Serbia
February 26, 2004: Deception? Or Self-Deception Over Bosnia and the Balkan Terrorism Threat?
January 15, 2004: Anticipated SFOR Troop Reductions Being Prepared for Bosnia as SFOR Intelligence Attempts to Justify Threat Reduction When Evidence Points Otherwise
January 14, 2004: Afghani Arrests Highlight Porosity of Balkan Borders
January 12, 2004: Terrorism Threats to Olympics and Balkans Now in Public Arena; Probable Underlying Cause of Greek Prime Ministers Resignation
December 22, 2003: Greek Government Begins to Take Steps to Address Balkan Islamist Threat to Olympics
December 11, 2003: Greek Government Moves to Demonstrate Security in Advance of Olympics, But Remains Hampered by Turkish and Other Realities
December 8, 2003: Alija Izetbegovic: A Retrospective Look at His Impact on Balkan Stability
October 27, 2003: Bosnian Terrorist Assets Moving to Iraq, Afghanistan to Resist War on Terror as Maneuvering Underway to Replace Izetbegovic
October 27, 2003: 1997 Report Shows Bosnian Islamists Ready to Re-Start War to Eliminate Bosnian Serbs: Is the Plan Now Being Implemented?
October 24, 2003: Bosnian Islamist Leader, in Front of US Ambassador, Declares Intent to Change Dayton Accords, Destroy Republica Srpska
October 23, 2003: Slovenia Arrests Key Kosovo Islamist, Based on Serbia-Montenegro Indictment
October 21, 2003: ISSA Recognizes Republica Srpska President Dragan Cavic for Achievements In the Face of Enormous Obstacles
October 20, 2003: Bosnias Izetbegovic Dead, But US Diplomat, Ashdown in B-H Push Islamist Line to Support Holbrooke
October 16, 2003: Terrorist Infiltration Into Bosnia Continues
October 15, 2003: Strong Warning Indicators for New Surge in European Islamist Terrorism
October 9, 2003: Bosnian Sources Admit Izetbegovic Not Dead; Liaising With Clinton, Holbrooke and [related] September 22, 2003: Izetbegovic Now Believed Dead
October 7, 2003: Interview Highlights Changing Situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Terrorist Escalation
September 19, 2003: Srebrenica Controversy Becomes Increasingly Politicized and Ethnically Divisive, Increasing Pressure on Peacekeepers
September 17, 2003: Bosnian Official Links With Terrorism, Including 9/11, Increasingly Apparent as Clinton, Clark Attempt to Justify Support of Bosnian Militants
September 8, 2003: US Official Implicated With Bosnian High Representative Ashdown in Attempting to Force Fabricated Report on Srebrenica
August 29, 2003: Osama bin Laden Focuses on the Balkans for the New Wave of Anti-Western Terrorism
June 30, 2003. US State Dept., CIA War Against Pentagon Breaks Into the Open With Profound Impact on Strategic Policy
June 18, 2003. US Interests in the Balkans: Balancing Perceptions, Realities and Strategic Need
June 15, 2003. Terrorism in the Balkans and the Wider Ramifications for the Global „War on Terror“
May 2, 2003. The New US and the New Europe: The US Prepares Move of German-based Forces to Serbia-Montenegro, Bulgaria and Romania
March 2001. Can Yugoslavia Survive?
December 31, 1999. Franjo Tudjman: No Tears for Tyrants
November 1997. Turning Point In Brcko. By Yossef Bodansky
October 1997: US Moves to Help Bosnian Muslims Attack Serbs
February 28, 1995. Croatia Pushes The UN and Krajina To The Brink Of A Conflict Which Could Widen To Major War
March 1999. The New Rome & The New Religious Wars
January 1995. Book Review: The Web of Disinformation: Churchill’s Yugoslav Blunder. By David Martin.
February 1994 / March 1994. Self-Determination or Inviolability of Borders? Inconsistent Application of Principles is Killing
January 31, 1994. Hungary Ready to Re-open Belgrade Tie?
December 31, 1993. US CIA Forecasts An End To Yugoslav Sanctions
August 31, 1993. Iranian and Bosnian Leaders Embark on a New, Major Escalation of Terrorism Against the West
June 30, 1993. The Bosnia-Herzegovina Crisis Is Finding Its Own Level, One Outsiders Fail to Understand
April-May 1993. The Balkan Debacle Could Have Been Averted
March 31, 1993. Conflict Resolution in the Balkans: The Issue of Leaders and Symbols
January 31, 1993. The New Euro-Bantustans
January 31, 1993. Croatia, at a Key Strategic Crossroad, Builds Militarily and Geographically
December 31, 1992. Hiding Genocide. Croatia has resumed its „liquidation“ of Serbs, while arguing that „ethnic cleansing“ is a Serbian creation Must Read
December 31, 1992. Interview: Col.-Gen. Zivota Panic. Yugoslavia Braces For A New Conflict Which Is Being Imposed From Abroad
December 31, 1992. For Serbians, Fears of a German Axis Rise For The Third Time This Century
December 31, 1992. Croatias New Armed Forces: From Creation, Straight into Operation
October 31, 1992. Analysis. A Sane Balkan Policy. Gregory Copley.
October 31, 1992. Croatia Acts as the Nexus of a New Arms Trade
October 31, 1992. Illegal German Weapons to Croatia and Bosnia Fuel the Balkan Conflict
September 30, 1992. Fashion And Strategic Priorities Still Dictate Terms For State Recognition
July 31, 1992. The Unspoken Concern Over Germany’s Path
May 1986. Yugoslavia: Sliding Into Stagnation or Chaos?
Geschichte der Clintos im Balkan: immer mit Kriminellen und Terroristen unterwegs, wie Drogen Bossen.
Wie  Wiebes festhält und sogar Holbrooke der hochkriminelle Diplomat bestätigte, hat Holbrook aktiv die Islamischen Terroristen in den Balkan gebracht.
June 1993: Saudis Urge US to Lead in Military Assistance to Bosnian Muslims
Richard Holbrooke.Richard Holbrooke. [Source: US State Department]Saudi intelligence chief Prince Turki al Faisal urges President Bill Clinton to take the lead in military assistance to Bosnia. Richard Holbrooke, US ambassador to Germany at the time, draws up plans for covert assistance.  [Wiebes, 2003, pp. 195]
Entity Tags: Turki al-Faisal, William Jefferson (Bill) Clinton, Richard Charles Albert Holbrooke
Timeline Tags: Complete 911 Timeline
Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs Richard Holbrooke persuades the State Department to license Military Professional Resources Inc. (MPRI), a private military contractor, to provide training to the Croatian army. [Ripley, 1999, pp. 81-82, 90; Scotsman, 3/2/2001] According to MPRI information officer Joseph Allred, the firm exists so that the US can have influence as part of its national strategy on other nations without employing its own army. [New American, 5/10/1999; Serbian National Federation, 8/1999]
Entity Tags: Kosovo Liberation Army, Military Professional Resources Inc., Richard Charles Albert Holbrooke, Croatian army
Early September 1994: US Military Begins Advising and Assisting Bosnian Muslim Army
Brigadier Gen. Michael Hayden (left, with glasses), US Marine Corps Gen. David Mize (front and center), and US Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Edward Hanlon Jr. (behind Mize) in Gornji Vakuf, Bosnia, on September 4, 1994.Brigadier Gen. Michael Hayden (left, with glasses), US Marine Corps Gen. David Mize (front and center), and US Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Edward Hanlon Jr. (behind Mize) in Gornji Vakuf, Bosnia, on September 4, 1994. [Source: Paul Harris] (click image to enlarge)US ambassador Charles Thomas; Assistant Secretary of State for Europe Richard Holbrooke, his deputy Robert Frasure, head of intelligence for US European Command Brigadier Gen. Michael Hayden, US Air Force Gen. Charles Boyd, US Marine Corps Gen. David Mize, and US Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Edward Hanlon Jr., meet with the Muslim Bosnian army commander for Central Bosnia, Mehmet Alagic, in the town of Gornji Vakuf. The US group also visits Mostar, which is also controlled by the Bosnian Muslims. The Pentagon claims the US diplomats are there to familiarize themselves with the situation on the ground and the generals just happened to be along, but in appears in fact these meetings are part of a US effort to help the Croats and Muslims work together in upcoming offensives. Following this visit, US logistics advisers move into key locations throughout Bosnia, including the UN-controlled Tuzla airport. US Special Forces help build a secret airstrip in Visoko, central Bosnia, to land heavy transport aircraft (see Late 1994-Late 1995), and mysterious flights begin arriving at the Tuzla airports a few months later (see February-March 1995). [Observer, 11/20/1994; Scotsman, 12/3/1995] Hayden will later become head of the NSA and then head of the CIA.
Entity Tags: David Mize, Edward Hanlon Jr., Robert Frasure, Michael Hayden, Charles Boyd, Charles Thomas, Richard Charles Albert Holbrooke, Mehmet Alagic
Timeline Tags: Complete 911 Timeline