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European Disunion

Doug Bandow   
utorak, 05. avgust 2008.

But united the EU is not. Members took different positions on the Iraq War, disagree violently over the desirability of including Turkey and cannot agree on recognizing Kosovo as an independent state. 

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Facing the Facts on Terror

Nikolas Gvosdev   
petak, 01. avgust 2008.

For their part, the “Sons of Iraq” have been prepared to accept American payments to organize and to drive out from their provinces al-Qaeda elements and “foreign fighters.” Unlike the Baghdad government, these Sunni are quite leery of Tehran—and want to combat its influence in Iraq.

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Who’s dressing up Karadzic?

Mick Hume   
utorak, 29. jul 2008.
That is why, after the capture of Karadzic this week, the new Nazi-hunters are cock-a-hoop, with Paddy Ashdown, former United Nations overlord of Bosnia, announcing that he was off to celebrate with his Bosnian friends.
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The concept of international justice will be on trial, too

Simon Jenkins   
sreda, 23. jul 2008.
What the court really achieved in the case of Milosevic and the 44 other Serbs brought to trial must be moot. He died in captivity, but the process did much to stir fury among the Serbs that Croats and Kosovans - who could be no less cruel in their ethnic cleansing - had got off lightly at The Hague.
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Socialists and Democrats Will Rule Serbia

Srdja Trifkovic   
nedelja, 13. jul 2008.

The most surprising feature of Serbia's post-election scene in the formation of the new governing coalition, based on an alliance between the "pro-Western, reformist" Democrats and the Socialists (Socijalisticka partija Srbije, SPS), the party of the late President Slobodan Milosevic.

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NATO, Kosovo, Afghanistan and Pakistan: What is NATO Doing in Afghanistan?

Faheem Hussain   
ponedeljak, 09. jun 2008.

What is NATO doing in Afghanistan? What are the true aims of NATO intervention in the region? These are the questions that I mean to address in this article. To understand what is happening in Afghanistan one has to go back to the attack on Yugoslavia by NATO forces in February 1999.

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Why Kosovo's status has not been resolved

Frances Maria Peacock   
subota, 31. maj 2008.

The Ahtisaari Plan cannot be a permanent solution, as Kosovo's life in a state of limbo is unsustainable and must be brought to an end. It does not solve anything simply by changing the characteristics of the limbo. Kosovo needs a proper status that can become permanent, and allow it to prosper and lead a peaceful existence.

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A nation that is still divided over Europe

Ivor Roberts   
sreda, 21. maj 2008.

"Serbia turns West" said the headlines. But a closer reading of the electoral arithmetic could equally well have supported a headline " Serbia looks East". In truth the reality is that Serbia is deeply divided as to which way to turn.

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Without winners and lossers: Serbia's may elections

Bogdana Koljevic   
sreda, 14. maj 2008.

Despite the very good placement of “For European Serbia“ coalition, it comes out of these elections only as a relative winner. In order to be able to form a government it needs the backup of the socialists, whose political program is actually much closer to other political parties, especially DSS.

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Serbia goes to the polls

Tomislav Nikolić   
petak, 09. maj 2008.

The Radicals' economic policy is based on the free market and Serbia 's potential as the key economy of the Danubian and west Balkan region. Eight years after the end of the rule of Slobodan Milosevic, there has yet to be a push for the restoration of communist-expropriated property.

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A matter of justice

James Ker-Lindsay   
subota, 02. avgust 2008.

EU members must avoid being seen to strong-arm Serbia into backing down on this issue. Such moves will only reflect badly on the EU as a whole. For a start, and most obviously, by trying to stop Serbia from going to the ICJ it rather suggests that many states maintain real doubts over the legality of their decision to recognise Kosovo.

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Interwiew with Richard Holbrooke (22.07.96)

sreda, 30. jul 2008.

RICHARD HOLBROOKE: Well, let me give you an example. Karadzic cannot appear in public. He can't give radio or TV or press interviews. If he violates these things, if they start running around with large posters of him like Big Brother behind Mrs. Plasic.

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UN Report: Balkans Safer Than Thought

Risto Karajkov   
četvrtak, 24. jul 2008.
The Balkans is safer than thought. This is the basic message from a recently published reportby the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
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“AVNOJ – border” in post soviet areas

Dragan Petrović   
nedelja, 13. jul 2008.

Relationships between Russia and Ukraine are now in situation when it becomes necessary to redefining their bases. In the focus is agreement about stay of Russian Black Sea fleet at Krim, and “The Great Agreement” about cooperation between Russia and Ukraine.

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Declaration od establishing the Assembly of the community of municipalities of the Autonomous province of Kosovo i Metohija

subota, 28. jun 2008.

By our own free will we gathered here in Kosovska Mitrovica on St.Vidus Day, June 28, 2008 in order to establish the Assembly of the Community of Municipalities of the AP of Kosovo and Metohija...

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Extracts from interview Minister Samardzic gave to Reuters

petak, 06. jun 2008.

The topics were current situation in Kosovo, the EULEX mission and reconfiguration of the UNMIK, the UN role, the constitution of Serbian local bodies in Kosovo and Belgrade's position on negotiations about final status of Kosovo.

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Nationhood beckons

Ian Bancroft   
subota, 31. maj 2008.

It is clear that the Bonn powers are a now an untenable and obsolete way of reforming Bosnia and Herzegovina' s political dynamics. With the expected signing of an SAA on June 16 providing the platform for more extensive European engagement in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the PIC should now move to close the OHR "in the shortest possible time".

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What do the Serbian Election Results Mean?

Obrad Kesic   
četvrtak, 15. maj 2008.

If you read western newspapers or listen to reports in the electronic media concerning the results of Sunday's elections in Serbia, then you may be forgiven for thinking that the outcome clarifies the political situation in that country and that the “pro-Western” and “pro-European Union” parties had won.

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Don't Rule Out a Radical-Socialist Government in Serbia

Djordje Vukadinovic   
utorak, 13. maj 2008.

Theoretically, it might be possible for the Socialists to regenerate their party and acquire new and different voters in a new government with the Democrats, but it is still not a very likely scenario.

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Serbia's elections

Aleksandar Pavković   
petak, 09. maj 2008.

If you were to take politicians' election speeches literally – something one should never do, anywhere – you would think that Serbia is, once again, fighting for its independence and unity. Serbia's unity, they thunder, is threatened by the secession of its province of Kosovo.

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