The dark side of nationalist love
When Bosnian-Croat Army General Slobodan Praljak drank a small bottle of poison in the very centre of The Hague Court (justly compared to Shakespearean heroes or villains, depending on your position), it provided a kind of perfect ending for the ICTY. The general of a former civil war nationalist army committing suicide, with the wars and nationalism that triggered them having been equally suicidal. It seems that people and governments will never stop feeling the Freudian “death drive”.
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Tables are Turning
Money has returned home
Simplicity And New Ideas
As far as my approach and style are concerned, I would say that I prefer simple cooking techniques in combination with new ideas in preparing food that I try to make the most and the best out of
Serbian Food Is Good And Tasty, But Heavy
A chef has to be a mentally strong person, because this is a hard job
The Dark Side Of Nationalist Love
The dark side of nationalist love
Results Exceeded Our Expectations
In 2017 Jubmes bank significantly exceeded its targets in terms of profitability, deposit potential and placements to clients’ growth. Substantial profitability growth is expected also for the year 2018
There Hasn't Been a Boring Moment in My Life
Professor Shaul Ladany (age 82), who is still a record-holder in 50km-race walk and whose fascinating destiny reflects the suffering of the Jewish people and what transpired in Belgrade in the World War II, has shared his life experience with our fellow citizens during his first ever visit to Belgrade in 70 years
Preserve and Prosper
Our common goal is an independent, prosperous, democratic European Ukraine
Life As It Should Be
By the end of the year Luštica Bay will have completed the two most important anchors in phase one of the project – the marina and The Chedi hotel
The ability to impact society through well-written legislation is unparalleled
In Defence Of The Hipster Aesthetic
Our correspondent argues that they are places where both brick and worldviews are exposed
BASS CENTRE Ashbory
Time for something a little different, suggests our Editor...
In every issue, we bring you a noteworthy interview from the bass vaults, from far-off times when gigs were plentiful and a virus meant no more than a day in bed. This month: Marcus Miller, interviewed in 2012
FOUR of the BEST
It’s 50 years this year since Led Zeppelin released their immense fourth album, cementing their position in music history and inspiring the playing of a million guitar-shop visitors. The band’s Quiet One, bassist John Paul Jones, was on astounding form throughout Half a century since that high point, we revisit his bass parts and ask how it was that JPJ became the leading rock bassist of his generation...
Bassist and songwriter Lena Morris on the catalyst that sent her into the low frequencies
Spice up your bass tones, says Mike Brooks
PICKING LARGE INTERVALS
Welcome! To finish off our exploration of pick playing, we’re going to look at a couple of things related to playing bigger intervals. As we’ve noted before, every technique takes on a whole new level of difficulty when we start to move it across the strings, but it can get even harder when we want to be able to control how long each note lasts.
With his new album, Two Roses, Israeli upright bassist Avishai Cohen achieves a career high. We meet the master
PUTT IT THERE
We meet the veteran jazz bassist— and occasional James Bond adversary —Putter Smith.
Carlos Santana’s long-time bassist Benny Rietveld reflects on a career at the front line of expression
The Atlanta-based rock quintet Blackberry Smoke return with a new album, You Hear Georgia. Bassist Richard Turner explains the thinking behind the big tones