Archives for posts with tag: MadeleineAlbright
To commemorate the inception of the 1992 siege of Sarajevo that began today & lasted through February 29, 1996, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey published via Huffington Post –
“Diplomatic Bluff to Break Longest Modern Siege.” As an historical content, several links are included of his interviews from AP Archives, as well as original YouTube Video: “U2 & L. Pavarotti/Miss Sarajevo.”
Sarajevo remains true to its core even as both current peace & memory of recent conflict remind of what was. The future has confirmed that Sarajevo was resisting the baser instincts & the ideologies or theologies such claim today. — Read More —
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By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via Huffington Post
Avoidance of accountability & self-promotion written as history have for too long gone unchallenged. However, another word now belongs in the discussion of the past, “cover-up” & it should not shape a shared future. –MORE– Blog includes Netherlands TV interview – “Why Srebrenica Had to Fall.”
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ambassador-muhamed-sacirbey/smoking-gun-on-betrayal-g_b_7745846.html

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By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
An early leader in employing social media, the United Nations heralded January 30, 2015 as Social Media Day. The event was probably of many to come where digital-diplomacy is addressed in practice & theory.
http://diplomatartist.com/un-holds-first-ever-social-media…/

Does US Surveillance/Spying Undermine American Business & Influence? By Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey

Does American based media and technology better serve to facilitate opportunities for U.S. surveillance/spying or to further our American values, influence and business? In order to gain more intelligence on friend, citizen, and foe alike, are American values as well as business and influence suffering the consequences in perception and tangible impact?

Samantha Power — Idealist or Ambassador?

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By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey: I first met Samantha as a young researcher in Ambassador Morton Abramowitz’s office when he was president of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Morton has also served as a board director of International Crisis Group as well as critical adviser for US & European Action Councils for Peace in the Balkans (during conflict in BiH.)