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WHAT’S WRONG WITH
THE ATLANTIC COUNCIL
REPORT

Daniel Serwer

November 30, 2017

I naturally agree with large parts of the Atlantic Council report on “Balkans Forward: A New US Strategy for the Region,” even if I think the title overblown. It’s more
like a course correction they have recommended, but that presumably wouldn’t have satisfied...   More >>>

 

THE BEST AVAILABLE,
UNSATISFYING OUTCOME

Daniel Serwer

November 22, 2017

Ratko Mladic was convicted today in The Hague. The sentence is life imprisonment for genocide, crimes against humanity, and violations of the laws and customs of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the early 1990s. He will presumably appeal.
Re-reading...   More >>>

 

THOUGHTS OF AN
ANTI-FASCIST ABOUT
THE ‘UNKNOWN FIGHTER’
OF GJILAN

Anna Di Lellio

14 Nov 2017, Prishtina Insight

As the great American historian Eric Foner wrote, monuments are many
things to different people, but mostly they are “an expression of power, and indication of who has the power to choose how history is remembered in public places...   More >>>

 

Contingency Planning
Memorandum No. 32

THE UNRAVELING OF
THE BALKANS PEACE
AGREEMENTS

November 8, 2017,
Center for Preventive Action

The risk of renewed violence and political instability is growing in the Balkans. The decade of progress in postconflict reconciliation and
economic recovery after the U.S.-led...   More >>>

 

MOSCOW'S BALKAN
FRONT: THE KOSOVA
OFFENSIVE

Janusz Bugajski

6 November 2017

A groundbreaking report
just released in Prishtina provides important details on how Moscow seeks to transform Kosova into a failed state. It demonstrates that the attempted coup in Montenegro in October 2016, reportedly
engineered by...   More >>>

 

TWO CHAIRS

Daniel Serwer

October 24, 2017

Hoyt Yee, the deputy assistant secretary of State whose bailiwick includes
the Balkans, said yesterday in Belgrade that Serbia “cannot sit on two chairs at the same time.” He was referring to Belgrade’s efforts to both accede to the EU and maintain close relations with Vladimir Putin’s Russia...   More >>>

 

RUSSIA’S FORAY INTO
THE BALKANS: WHO IS
REALLY TO BLAME? –
ANALYSIS

Dimitar Bechev

October 14, 2017,
Published by the Foreign
Policy Research Institute

“There are three hundred million of us,” people in Montenegro once boasted. “Together with the Russians,” they would hasten to add. The tiny state, tucked...   More >>>

 

YOUTH FROM SERBIA AND
ALBANIA VOICED A NEED
FOR CO-OPERATION

October 10, 2017, HRYF

A group of 40 young individuals from Serbia and Albania have come up with a set of recommendations, combined into a document called Voice of Youth, shaped within three days
of intensive work during
the Human Rights Youth Forum held in August in Tirana, Albania. The recommenda...   More >>>

 

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