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OUTSIDE INFLUENCES IN
THE BALKANS

Daniel Serwer

April 26, 2017

Some colleagues asked
that I talk yesterday about outside influences on the Balkans, where things have gotten shaky lately, with a risk that the peace
settlements of the 1990s might unravel. Here are the notes I...   More >>>

 

UPHEAVAL IN THE
BALKANS

Janusz Bugajski

25 April 2017

Storm clouds are gathering again in the Western Balkans. If escalating grievances and national disputes are not resolved, the region could again be engulfed in a spiral of conflict that degenerates into violence...   More >>>

 

HUMAN RIGHTS
CONCEPTS IN THE OSCE
REGION: CHANGES SINCE
THE HELSINKI FINAL ACT

Aaron Rhodes

11 April 2017

The Helsinki Accords resonated with dissident movements in the Soviet Bloc that had reconstructed a classical liberal approach to human...   More >>>

 

RUSSIA’S NEW
MACEDONIA OFFENSIVE

Janusz Bugajski

10 April 2017

Moscow has opened a new front in the Balkans with a concerted effort to inflame Macedonia’s political crisis. The goal is not only to diminish prospects for Macedonia’s entry into NATO and the EU, but even more...   More >>>

 

WHAT TO DO WITH
A BIG WIN

Daniel Serwer

April 3, 2017

Acting Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has won the presidency in Serbia with a convincing margin over a fragmented opposition in the first round. The question now is what he will do with...   More >>>

 

BALKAN TROUBLES

Milan Nič

March 31, 2017, BPJ

After an extended absence, the Western Balkans finally returned to the European agenda at the March 9 EU summit. Traditionally, the region is discussed
primarily in terms of its
slow progress toward EU accession...   More >>>

 

STATEMENT OF THE
REGIONAL WOMEN’S
LOBBY FOR PEACE,
SECURITY AND JUSTICE
IN SOUTHEAST EUROPE
(RWL SEE) ON THE
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
IN SERBIA

March 29th, 2017

The Regional Women’s
Lobby for Peace, Security
and Justice in...   More >>>

 

DECLARATION OF THE
LEADERS OF 27 MEMBER
STATES AND OF THE
EUROPEAN COUNCIL, THE
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
AND THE EUROPEAN
COMMISSION

25 March 2017

We, the Leaders of 27 Member States and of EU institutions, take pride in
the achievements of the European...   More >>>

 

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 >>>

 

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 >>>

 

European Commission

SERBIA 2016 REPORT

Brussels, November 9, 2016

The European Council granted Serbia the status of candidate country in 2012. The Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) between Serbia and the EU entered into force in September 2013...
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LOSE AN ELECTION,
TRY A COUP

Daniel Serwer

October 27, 2016

Montenegro, invited to join NATO less than a year ago, completed its accession negotiations in May. Eleven countries have already ratified the accession agreement. But opponents are not giving up: they planned and a coup immediately...   More >>>

 

MONTENEGRO ON TRACK
FOR NATO

Author: Janusz Bugajski

20 October 2016

Two related issues were central to the 16 October parliamentary elections: relations with the West and ties with Russia.
Montenegrin authorities accused Moscow of direct interference in the election process. Prime...   More >>>

 

CONCEIVABLE SURPRISES

Eleven Possible Turns in
Russia’s Foreign Policy

Sabine Fischer and
Margarete Klein (eds.)

October 2016, Berlin

Russia’s foreign policy has taken numerous
unexpected turns since
2013. Developments such as the annexation of
Crimea, the military...
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SYRIA – A CHALLENGE TO
THE INTERNATIONAL LAW
OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Christian Tomuschat

October 8, 2016, Berlin

It is for me a great honour
and pleasure to have been invited to speak here in Belgrade in
commemoration of Vojin Dimitrijevic, who left us all too early four years ago in 2012. He and I were for
many years members of...
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THIS IS NOT
THE OCTOBER SURPRISE

Daniel Serwer

October 13, 2016

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump apologized yesterday for NATO’s 1999 bombing of Serbia: The bombing of Serbs, who were our allies in both world wars, was a big mistake…Serbians are very good people.
Unfortunately, the Clinton administration...   More >>>

 

HOW FAR WE ARE FROM
UNDERSTANDING OUR
OWN PAST?

On the occasion of the
30th anniversary of SANU
Memorandum (1986)

By Latinka Perović

NIN weekly, Sep 26, 2016

Over the past thirty years many articles, including serious scholarly studies, have been written about the Memorandum of the
Serbian...   More >>>

 

RUSSIA HAS A
YEARS-LONG PLOT TO
INFLUENCE BALKAN
POLITICS. THE U.S. CAN
LEARN A LOT FROM IT.

By Jarosław Wiśniewski

September 19, 2016.

“A Russian influence operation in the United States is something we’re looking very closely at,” The Washington Post recently quoted an unnamed senior intelligence...   More >>>

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BLIC!

Daniel Serwer

September 16, 2016

Vladimir Filipović of Belgrade daily Blic asked some questions for a special edition celebrating the newspaper’s 20th anniversary. I replied: 1. As the talk about Chinese growth intensifies, its military is getting stronger, and while Beijing is defying even USA...   More >>>

 

SERBIAN PRO-GOVT
TABLOID LABELS FEMALE
ACTIVISTS ‘SPIES’

Sasa Dragojlo

7 September 2016, BIRN

For two days in a row, the front pages of Informer
have showcased Serbian Radical Party leader
Vojislav Seselj’s
allegations that three
female civil rights activists have been...   More >>>

 

WHEN TIME STOOD STILL

Masuma Hasan

July 2016

My visit to Panipat in
September 1987 was one
of the more distressing
events of my journey to
India in connection with an international training programme which took me
to many cities ─ Delhi,
Agra, Banglore, Mysore, Hyderabad. I...   More >>>

 

DEMOCRACY AND
SECURITY IN
SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE

Is Russia seizing Western
Balkans from the EU?

November/December 2014

The Atlantic Initiative (AI) is non-profit,
non-governmental
organization, established in Sarajevo in 2009 by a group of academics and...
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Human Rights Foundation
of Turkey

RELEASE OF ŞEBNEM
KORUR FINCANCI AND
EROL ÖNDEROĞLU

30 June 2016

Dear Madame/Sir, We are happy to inform you that 13th High Criminal Court has just issued
interlocutory decision of release for Şebnem Korur Fincancı...   More >>>

 

SURPRISE!

Daniel Serwer

June 24, 2016

Yes, the “leave” vote surprised me. I expected economic rationality and political equanimity to prevail over distaste for immigrants and flag-waving England firsters. Identity politics has triumphed once again. Let it be a lesson to
me. The...   More >>>

 

RUSSIA STIFLES SERBIA

Author: Janusz Bugajski

June 20, 2016

Vučić was scheduled to travel to Brussels for the formal opening of EU membership talks, and to the United States on an inaugural Air Serbia flight to New York, followed by talks with American officials on
June 21. But...   More >>>

 

STATEMENT ABOUT THE
ARREST OF ŞEBNEM
KORUR FINCANCI, EROL
ÖNDEROĞLU AND
AHMET NESIN

21 June 2016

The following
organizations, members of
the OSCE-wide NGO
coalition Civic Solidarity Platform, express their
grave concern about the
arrest on 20 June 2016 of
the President...   More >>>

 

MICHAEL SANDEL:
“THE ENERGY OF THE
BREXITEERS AND TRUMP
IS BORN OF THE FAILURE
OF ELITES”

By Jason Cowley

13 June 2016, NewStatesman

Jason Cowley: Shall we begin with Brexit? It’s very close here at the moment: the Remain side had big leads in the polls but it’s narrowed considerably since the...   More >>>

 

THIS DOESN’T MAKE
SENSE

Daniel Serwer

April 23, 2016

US Ambassador to NATO Lute said Friday: I think Russia plays an important part in the strategic
environment… [which] will put a break on NATO expansion. If you accept the premises…about Russia’s internal weakness and perhaps steady decline, it may not make...   More >>>

 

European Parliament

FOREIGN AFFAIRS MEPs
ASSESS REFORM
EFFORTS OF SERBIA AND
KOSOVO IN 2015

28 January 2016

The start of EU accession negotiations with Serbia
and the progress made in normalising relations between Serbia and
Kosovo was welcomed by Foreign Affairs Committee MEPs in two...   More >>>

 

Art - Exhibitions

MONUMENTS SHOULD
NOT BE TRUSTED

Curated by L. Džuverović

16 Jan 2016 - 04 Mar 2016

Monuments Should Not Be Trusted brings together
over 30 leading artists and groups from the “golden years” of the Socialist
Federal Republic of
Yugoslavia...   More >>>

 

STATEMENT BY
JOHANNES HAHN TO
THE PLENARY OF THE
SERBIAN PARLIAMENT

Belgrade, 10 December 2015

[Prime Minister], Mrs Speaker, Honourable Members, it is a great honour for me to address the Serbian parliament.The timing is just right because next Monday, the European Union and...   More >>>

 

European Commission

COMMUNICATION FROM
THE COMMISSION TO THE
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT,
THE COUNCIL, THE
EUROPEAN ECONOMIC
AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE
AND THE COMMITTEE OF
THE REGIONS

Serbia 2015 Report

The European Council granted Serbia the status...
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Democratization Policy
Council

THE POLICE FORCES IN
BIH – PERSISTENT
FRAGMENTATION AND
INCREASING
POLITICIZATION

by Bodo Weber

Berlin, November 2015

The police forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) are assigned a key role in maintaining public order...
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Democratization Policy
Council

BOSNIA AND
HERZEGOVINA AND THE
NEXUS WITH ISLAMIST
EXTREMISM

by Vlado Azinović

Sarajevo, November 2015

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) was a destination for hundreds of Muslim foreign fighters during the 1992-
1995 war, who brought...
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EUROPE’S REFUGEES
DESERVE BETTER

George Soros

October 27, 2015

There is a striking contrast between Europe’s legacy of providing protection to
victims of past conflicts and its treatment of the asylum seekers reaching its
shores today. My own story is one of surviving Nazi occupation and fleeing communist...   More >>>

 

IS WAR ABOUT TO BREAK
OUT IN THE BALKANS?

By James Lyon

October 26, 2015, FP

Lost in the cacophony of international news about Russian airstrikes against U.S.-backed anti-Assad rebels in Syria and
refugees flooding through the Balkans on their way to Western Europe, a crisis is brewing in Bosnia-
Herzegovina on the
European Union’s
southeast...   More >>>

 

European Commission -
Press release

MEETING ON THE
WESTERN BALKANS
MIGRATION ROUTE:
LEADERS AGREE ON
17-POINT PLAN OF
ACTION

Brussels, 25 October 2015

The past weeks have
shown that the challenges currently faced along the Western Balkans migration route will not...   More >>>

 

THE WOMEN'S COURT –
A FEMINIST APPROACH
TO JUSTICE

Staša Zajović

Most often, the institutional legal system does not
serve justice, either at the international level or, even less so, at the national
level. This is especially the case in the states of the former Yugoslavia, where political elites invest vast...
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TRANSFORMING OUR
WORLD: THE 2030
AGENDA FOR|
SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT

This Agenda is a plan of action for people, planet
and prosperity. It also
seeks to strengthen
universal peace in larger freedom. We recognise that eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty, is the greatest global challenge and an...
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COUNTERPRODUCTIVE

Daniel Serwer

October 14, 2015

I today attended a meeting with Republika Srpska (RS) Prime Minister Željka
Cvijanović, who is in
Washington talking about reducing government Bosnia’s bureaucracies
and decentralizing the
Bosnian state. I can agree
with her general stance on those...   More >>>

 

Council of the EU

EUROPEAN COUNCIL
MEETING – CONCLUSIONS

15 October 2015

Tackling the migration and refugee crisis is a common obligation which requires a comprehensive strategy
and a determined effort
over time in a spirit of
solidarity and responsibility. The orientations agreed by Heads of State or...
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Council of the EU

COUNCIL CONCLUSIONS
ON MIGRATION

Luxembourg, 12 October 2015

The unprecedented migratory and refugee
crisis that the EU is now facing has witnessed a
sharp increase of mixed migratory flows along the Eastern Mediterranean and Western Balkans, in
parallel with a constant...
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Council of the EU -
Press releases

DECLARATION OF THE
HIGH-LEVEL CONFERENCE
ON THE EASTERN
MEDITERRANEAN -
WESTERN BALKANS
ROUTE

October 8, 2015

1. In recent years there has been a dramatic increase
in flows of refugees and...
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JUDY ASKS: WILL
THE REFUGEE CRISIS
DESTROY THE EU?

Posted by: Judy Dempsey

September 23, 2015
Carnegie Europe

Every week, a selection of leading experts answer a
new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign
and security policy
challenges shaping
Europe’s role in the world. Cornelius Adebahr,
Associate in...   More >>>

 

JUDY ASKS: SHOULD
THE WEST WORK WITH
RUSSIA ON SYRIA?

Posted by: Judy Dempsey

September 16, 2015
Carnegie Europe

Every week, a selection of leading experts answer a
new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign
and security policy
challenges shaping
Europe’s role in the world. Federiga Bindi, Senior
fellow at the...   More >>>

 

Amnesty International

SYRIA'S REFUGEE
CRISIS IN NUMBERS

4 September 2015

Refugees in the region;
More than 4 million
refugees from Syria (95%) are in just five countries Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt: Lebanon hosts approximately 1.2 million refugees from Syria which amounts...   More >>>

 

Democratization Policy
Council

BOSNIA AND
HERZEGOVINA AFTER
THE FEBRUARY 2014
PROTESTS: IS THERE A
POTENTIAL FOR
RENEWED VIOLENT
SOCIAL UNREST?

by Bodo Weber

September 2015

The violent outburst of
social unrest that...
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Democratization Policy
Council

INFLAMMATORY
POLITICAL RHETORIC
AND HATE SPEECH IN
BOSNIA AND
HERZEGOVINA: POLITICAL
ELITES AND THE MEDIA

by Bodo Weber

September 2015

Political rhetoric has
become increasingly
heated and divisive in...
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BETWEEN RUSSIA
AND THE WEST

Dysfunctionality in Serbia
and Bosnia reflects the
larger economic conflict
between Russia and the
west.

Carole Hodge

29 September 2015

Bosnia and Herzegovina
has become a new conflict zone between Russia and the west...   More >>>

 

Amnesty International
Public Statement

PRIDES IN BELGRADE:
AN OPPORTUNITY TO
STRENGTHEN
PROTECTION OF
FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
FOR LGBTI PEOPLE IN
SERBIA

September 18, 2015

Ahead of the very first
Trans* Pride in Belgrade...
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European Commission -
Speech

STATE OF THE UNION
2015: TIME FOR HONESTY,
UNITY AND SOLIDARITY

Jean-Claude Juncker

Strasbourg, 9 Sep 2015

Mr President,
Honourable Members of
the European Parliament, Today is the first time...
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European Commission -
Press release

REFUGEE CRISIS:
EUROPEAN COMMISSION
TAKES DECISIVE ACTION

Strasbourg, 9 Sep 2015

Delivering on the European Agenda on Migration from May, the European
Commission is today
putting forward a...
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European Commission -
Fact Sheet

REFUGEE CRISIS:
EUROPEAN COMMISSION
TAKES DECISIVE ACTION -
QUESTIONS AND
ANSWERS

Strasbourg, 9 Sep 2015

What is the European Agenda on Migration? Tackling migration is one of the ten political priorities...
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Geopoliticus

HUNGER FOR POWER IN
HUNGARY? THE
ALARMING NATURE OF
VIKTOR ORBAN’S NEW
“MANIFESTO”

Maia Otarashvili

The recent rise of authoritarianism in Eurasia and elsewhere seems to
be encouraging further destabilization...   More >>>

 

DIALOGUE BIH 2.0

Weekly Report - WR#37

September 4, 2015

Regional cooperation has picked up steam, even if EU enlargement remains no closer for most of the
region than a year ago. It is undeniable, however, that there is a slightly renewed dynamism. The refugee
the official...   Link >>>

 

FINAL DECLARATION
BY THE CHAIR OF
THE VIENNA WESTERN
BALKANS SUMMIT

Vienna Western Balkans
Summit 2015

August 27, 2015

One year after the Berlin Western Balkans Summit, the heads of government, foreign ministers and economics ministers of...
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Vienna Western Balkans Summit 2015

ADDENDUM

August 27, 2015

The connectivity agenda has been fuelled by political leadership given by the
Berlin process and the reinforced cooperation of
the Western Balkan 6. This has been combined with substantial technical...
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SONJA BISERKO’S
INTERVIEW WITH
THE DANAS DAILY –
UNABRIDGED

Snezana Congradin

July 13, 2015, Danas

How did you see the incident at the Potočari commemoration? I am
sorry it happened, most of all because of victims and their families. The incident desecrated...   More >>>

  

GUY VERHOFSTADT:
SPEECH ON GREECE

Guy Verhofstadt

July 8, 2015

"I got angry this morning at Mr Tsipras, because we need to see concrete proposals coming from
him. We can only avoid a
#Grexit if he takes his responsibility. Watch my
speech again here". Guy Maurice Marie Louise
Verhofstadt is a Belgian
politician...   Video >>>

 

Democratization Policy
Council

ANALYZING THE EC
SERBIA PROGRESS
REPORTS – USEFUL
TOOL OR TACTICAL
WHITEWASH?

by Bodo Weber and
Kurt Bassuener

Berlin - Sarajevo, June 2015

The European
Commission's annual Progress Reports serve as
a major instrument and...
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SALZBURG STATEMENT
ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS
SITUATION IN THE
DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
(NORTH KOREA)

A Call to Action

June 22, 2015

The following action
priorities were discussed: Renewing the call to the UN Security Council for referral
of the situation in the DPRK to the...   More >>>

 

DRESSES DONATED BY
RITA ORA HANG AMONG
5,000 OUTFITS PEGGED TO
WASHING LINES FOR
A POWERFUL ART
EXHIBITION IN HER HOME
COUNTRY OF KOSOVO
CONDEMNING RAPE OF
WOMEN DURING
THE BALKAN WAR

By Elaine O'Flynn

12 June 2015

Thousands of dresses and skirts - including ones...
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OPEN LETTER TO OSCE
CiO DAČIĆ: SPEAK OUT
IN SUPPORT OF
IMPRISONED ACTIVISTS
AND JOURNALISTS
DURING AZERBAIJAN
VISIT

29 May 2015

Dear Mr. Dačić,
We are writing to you as members of the Civic Solidarity Platform, a
coalition of human rights
NGOs from countries...
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SPECIAL REPORT:
RELIGIOUS RADICALISM
AND EXTREMISM AS
A SECURITY THREAT

This conference report
has been prepared by the Albanian Institute for International Studies, a Tirana Times partner organization.

May 29, 2015, Tirana Times

On May 27, the Albanian Institute for International Studies held its annual security conference,
focusing on...   More >>>

 

LETTER TO VICE
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN

Hugh Williamson

June 1, 2015

I am writing to you in view of your June 1 meeting with Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić. The
United States government can play a key role in urging Serbian authorities to
address serious and
ongoing human rights
concerns in...   More >>>

 

PRESS RELEASE FROM
RWL SEE

May 20, 2015

On 09 and 10 May 2015 in Kumanovo, Republic of Macedonia, few events took place that were very
disturbing. A large group of armed persons clashed
with police in a very densely populated area in the
downtown area in
Kumanovo. Peace and
security of all...   More >>>

 

Izabela Kisić, Executive
director of the HCHRS

MOCKERY OF
JOURNALISTS CONTINUES

Author: Safeta Biševac

April 6, 2015, Danas

In the 2014 annual report currently being prepared by the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia, it
is stated that the trend of violation of...   More >>>

 

BORROWING CUPID’S
WINGS: ROMEO AND
JULIET HELPS HEAL THE
SCARS OF KOSOVO WAR

Kit Gillet

Belgrade, 5 April 2015,
The Guardian

There are few more poignant places to stage a play about “star-crossed lovers” than in former Yugoslavia, where a rehearsal for a gritty production of...   More >>>

 

RUSSIA: INSTIGATOR OR
OPPORTUNIST

By Jordan P. Weinberg

March 2015

In the eyes of the West, any thawing of relations with Russia in the wake of the global financial crisis is a distant memory.1 The last few years has proven Russian foreign policy aggressively anti-Western as Russia seeks to...
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LETTER TO NOAM
CHOMSKY

Zoran Janić

Dear Mr. Chomsky,
Your well-known and often exaggerated attitudes on the US role in creation of world politics, unfortunately, are to be given a
tendentious interpretation
in Serbian media, as was the case with your recent blog about the terrorist
attack on the...   More >>>

 

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