Once upon a time in Belgrade - Voice of the Third world

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    At that time, there were only two sides of the world - the East and the West. Those in charge of the foreign policy had a choice - either Moscow or Washington.

    And yet, in 1961, 25 countries of the world decided that they did not want either of the two. In Belgrade, at that time, people were saying that the first conference of the non-aligned was the voice of the small and the free.

    From America, messages were coming that the Russian bear, if not stopped, would eventually knock on the door of the non-aligned nations.

    The Russians were convinced that the non-aligned would end up aligning themselves.

    In Paris, Jean-Paul Sartre was saying that the emergence of non-aligned nations was the greatest event of our time.

    In London, Bertrand Russell - that the gathering in Belgrade might be the beginning of a very important development.

    Everything was bursting with optimism among the non-aligned, even though it was happening in the years when the world was on the brink of nuclear war.

    And when two men only, in Washington and Moscow, could have brought the civilization to an end.

    In September of 1961, an ideologically very diverse world explained to the rest of the planet what active and peaceful coexistence meant.

    Documentary on the First Non-aligned conference held in Belgrade in 1961. Participants: Abdel Hakim Abdel Nasser, Son of Gamal Abdel Nasser; Mohammed Fayek, former advisor to Gamal Abdel Nasser; Madhavan Palat, Historian, editor of the Selected Works of Jawaharlal Nehru; Kapil Kumar, Historian, Senior Fellow at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi; Lakhan Lal Mehrotra, diplomat, Indian Ambassador to Belgrade (1985-1989); Svetozar Rajak, Professor of International History London School of Economics and Political Sciences; Jovan Čavoski, Senior Research Associate

    at the Institute for Recent History of Serbia; Aleksandar Životić, Historian, Associate Professor at Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade; Josef Victorianus Arjono, Former member of Indonesian Navy, longtime officer of the Indonesian Embassy in Belgrade

    Author: Stevan Kostić

    Director of Photography: Sima Dimitrić

    Sound engineer: Zoran Tarabanović

    Montage: Bojan Filipović

    Producer: Stefan Radonjić

    Direcor: Vesna Tadić

    Graphic design: Emanuela Tasan Lukić

    Music editor: Dobroslav Predić

    Associate journalists: Đorđe Slavković and Igor Topalović

    Expert consultants: Dragan Bogetić and Dragan Bisenić

    Sound design: Bojan Mangović

    Color correction: Nikola Stankić

    Label and copyright : RTS
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