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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 unconstitutional. The President of...   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,
Albania and Macedonia...
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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 achieve strategic ends, including...   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 lost seats and now leads at...   More >>>

 

GEOPOLITICS OF THE
BALKANS AFTER TRUMP

Jasmin Ademovic

November 29, 2016

Donald Trump’s victory upended the predictable
anti-Russian focus of
Hillary Clinton’s foreign
policy, which would have featured a strong presence in the Balkans to preserve her husband’s legacy and push the...   More >>>

 

POPULISM ON TOP

Author: Janusz Bugajski

23 November 2016

Populism has two core components: anti-elitism and nativism. The first is manifest in an
anti-establishment
rebellion by a political party or movement claiming to represent ordinary,
disempowered citizens.
The second places the
narrowly...   More >>>

 

WHAT TO EXPECT IN
THE BALKANS

Daniel Serwer

November 15, 2016

Not much, in the first instance. It has now been a long time since a president of the United States
regarded the Balkans as a priority. A region that in the 1990s was the object of two US military interventions (in Bosnia and...   More >>>

 

THIS IS WHAT IT LOOKS
LIKE WHEN RUSSIA
REALLY WANTS TO MESS
WITH YOUR ELECTION

By Daniel Serwer,
Siniša Vuković

November 8, 2016

For the past few months, Americans have been contemplating the
possibility that the integrity of their electoral process may have been
compromised...   More >>>

 

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