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IS THE EU OBSOLETE?

Janusz Bugajski

16 March 2017

The future of the European Union remains in question. Crucial national elections during 2017 in Germany, France and Holland will
help determine whether the crisis is existential. In this context, German Chancellor Angela Merkel...   More >>>

 

MOGHERINI'S WESTERN
BALKANS TOUR:
A MISSED OPPORTUNITY
TO DEFEND MONTENEGRO
AGAINST RUSSIAN
MEDDLING

Bodo Weber

7 March 2017, DPC

Last week, Federica Mogherini, the European Union’s foreign...   More >>>

 

STOP DENYING
THE CULTURAL HERITAGE
OF OTHERS - UN EXPERT

Karima Bennoune

October 21, 2016

I am pleased to share my preliminary observations at the end of the 12-day official visit I carried out in my capacity as UN Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights...   More >>>

 

BALKAN TEST FOR
PRESIDENT TRUMP

Janusz Bugajski

23 February 2017

Observers and politicians
in the region speculated
that Trump may be more amenable to Serbia’s position or more willing to make deals with Moscow in which Kosova’s
independence...   More >>>

 

SHORTEST ROUTE TO
BALKANS PEACE

Daniel Serwer

February 10, 2017

Filip Raunic of Croatia’s Telegram asked some questions about Bosnia
and Herzgovina. I replied: Q: Republika Srpska celebrated its National Day, despite the fact that Constitution Court marked
it as...   More >>>

 

FRONTLINE
VULNERABILITY

The Strategic Case for
the Western Balkans
Transition Brief No. 4

Janusz Bugajski, Jan 2017

Two countries entered the EU after a long process of reform: Slovenia (2004) and Croatia (2013).
Montenegro, Serbia...
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MOSCOW'S BIGGEST
DECEPTION

Janusz Bugajski

11 January 2017,
Photo: Vitaly Nevar/TASS

Vladimir Putin’s
government thrives in the world of social media conspiracies and mass disinformation. In this “information war,” lies and deception are credible
means to...   More >>>

 

MACEDONIA IN LIMBO

Daniel Serwer

December 20, 2016

Macedonia’s December 11 election has left the country in precarious limbo while
the State Election
Commission decides
several appeals. Initial
results suggest the former Macedonian ruling party (VMRO-DPMNE) won a plurality but...   More >>>

 

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