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by Sparta on June 16, 2013

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Stella (Stavroula) L. Jatras
Stella (Stavroula) Jatras


As a career military officer’s wife, Stella Jatras has traveled widely and has lived in many foreign countries where she not only learned about other cultures but also became very knowledgeable regarding world affairs and world politics. With the advent of the war in Bosnia, Mrs. Jatras immediately recognized the bias of the Western media and the Clinton administration’s flawed foreign policy in the Balkans and began her efforts to present to the American people a more accurate view of that tragic situation. Her letters and articles have been published in The Washington Times, The Washington Post, The Arizona Republic, The Patriot- News (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), Chronicles, The Stars and Stripes, and the Los Angeles Times, as well as a number of magazines and periodicals. In addition her writings have had worldwide distribution via the Internet such as Citizen Soldier and Jihad Watch. Stella Jatras lived in Moscow for two years (where her husband, George, was the Senior Air Attaché), and while there, worked in the Political Section of the US Embassy. Stella has also lived in Germany, Greece and Saudi Arabia. Her travels took her to over twenty countries.

Stella Jatras Archive

Ambassador’s botched interview
December 25, 2007

When Is A Diplomat Not a Diplomat?…When you’re Richard Holbrooke
May 29, 2007

What GIs need to know about Kosovo
November 18, 2006

Bosnia and Terrorism: Staring blind into the obvious
December 11, 2005

Bosnia: The Birthplace of Al-Qaeda
July 9, 2005

The Albanian Terrorist Connection in the US
June 28, 2005

Playing the Devil’s Advocate
June 10, 2005

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