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Dysfunction in the Balkans - Can the Post-Yugoslav Settlement Survive?

Timothy Less   
četvrtak, 22. decembar 2016.

 

The debate on the Balkans has been dominated for far too long by Western diplomats and academics who deny what is obvious to almost everyone on the ground: that multiethnicity in the region is a beautiful idea and a miserable reality

 
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Why the Ukraine Crisis Is the West’s Fault

John J. Mearsheimer   
petak, 22. avgust 2014.

The task proved relatively easy, thanks to the thousands of Russian troops already stationed at a naval base in the Crimean port of Sevastopol. Crimea also made for an easy target since ethnic Russians compose roughly 60 percent of its population. Most of them wanted out of Ukraine.

 
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Nato's action plan in Ukraine is right out of Dr Strangelove

John Pilger   
ponedeljak, 21. april 2014.

A Nato membership action plan – straight from the war room of Dr Strangelove – is General Breedlove's gift to the new dictatorship in Ukraine. "Rapid Trident" will put US troops on Ukraine's Russian border and "Sea Breeze" will put US warships within sight of Russian ports.

 
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Bosnia and Syria: Intervention Then and Now

Michael Ignatieff   
subota, 24. avgust 2013.

Western policy is navigating between Scylla and Charybdis. Aligning with the Russians to prop up Assad would be both unconscionable and futile. Invading Syria would reproduce the folly of Iraq.

 
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The Nabucco West Project Comes to an End

Stratfor   
subota, 13. jul 2013.

Nabucco West would have delivered non-Russian Caspian natural gas to Central and Southern European countries that have been looking for a way to circumvent Russia, which they believe was bullying them with its energy resources.

 
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"Brazil is not for beginners!"

Bethania Assy, Bruno Cava   
sreda, 03. jul 2013.

Could it be the case that nowadays we are facing, broadcast live, the opening for a new grammar for thinking and acting politically? Could rebellion, resistance and protest be no longer considered as the bitter spice of the institutional designs and state politics?

 
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Truth Is Offensive

Paul Craig Roberts   
četvrtak, 11. april 2013.

Will Assange be a replay of Cardinal Jozsef Mindszenty who on November 4, 1956, sought asylum in the US embassy in Budapest as Soviet tanks poured into Hungary to put down the anti-communist revolution? Cardinal Mindszenty lived for 15 years in the US embassy. Today it is “freedom and democracy” amerika that is copying Soviet practices during the cold war.

 
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Sorry, Germany

Jacob Heilbrunn   
utorak, 19. jun 2012.

It was increasingly difficult to dispel the sense that Germans harbored, and continue to harbor, a good deal of Schadenfreude about the plight of the Greeks. The suddenly unhappy southerners, so the German thinking went, were being punished for their previous hedonism.

 
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New President, Old Problems

Morton Abramowitz   
ponedeljak, 04. jun 2012.

The West had treated Nikolic as something of a leper because of his close collaboration with Hague-Tribunal indicted war criminal Vojislav Seselj and his support of Serbian sovereignty over Kosovo—all despite the fact that he broke with Seselj, established his own political party and has strongly supported Serbia’s EU aspirations.

 
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Remembering Mihajlo Mihajlov

Aleksa Djilas   
sreda, 07. mart 2012.

Because of his belief that his fight for democracy was assigned to him by a divine force (Misha was very religious), and that his dissident mission had global significance, some people perceived him as conceited and indeed as a megalomaniac.

 
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Serbia’s latest would-be savior is a modernizer, a strongman - or both

Politico   
četvrtak, 14. jul 2016.

‘We are fed up with being the bad guys of the world,’ says Aleksandar Vučić, the 46-year-old who’s in charge in Belgrade.

 
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The Ghosts of World War I Circle over Ukraine

Robert W. Merry   
sreda, 23. jul 2014.

But Putin did provide covert support to the rebels in an effort to keep them from being overrun. Most likely, he pursued this approach largely to protect his bargaining position, and that of eastern Ukraine, in any peace negotiations that might emerge.

 
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Why Yanukovych Said No to Europe

Nikolas K. Gvosdev   
četvrtak, 28. novembar 2013.

Yanukovych's preferred outcome would be to put real limits on any continued economic and political integration with Moscow—while seeking an accommodation with the EU that would help Ukraine's economy but not challenge his political dominance of the country.

 
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Radical European Politics or New Colonialism?

Bogdana Koljevic   
utorak, 13. avgust 2013.

Because, if the logic of European integration has brought into question the value of democratic order in its historical, political and cultural sense, is it plausible to claim that contemporary reverse processes, will end differently? For now, however, such an objective possibility is opened, and it is proportional to participation of citizens i.e. to subjectivation and re-politization.

 
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Serbia should ‘’Icelandize’’ its European policy

Živadin Jovanović   
petak, 12. jul 2013.

Neither EU, nor NATO have monopoly in European or world relations, be they economic, political or strategic. Serbia is member of most important international organizations, has many friends. Her interests and rights in Kosovo and Metohija are guaranteed by UN SC resolution 1244.

 
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How beneficial is globalization for low income Asian countries?

Lina Ghosh   
četvrtak, 11. april 2013.

However, the government expenditures in Bangladesh are clearly lower than in Pakistan. Consequently the main factor is not the level of government spending but the way it is spent! For example Bangladesh’s per capita expenditure for defence is three times lower than that of Pakistan.

 
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The Good Intentions That Pave the Road to War

Diana Johnstone   
nedelja, 03. februar 2013.

This ideological construct is the basis for the Western-sponsored doctrine, forced on a more or less reluctant United Nations, of “R2P”, the ambiguous shorthand for both the “right” and the “responsibility” to protect peoples from their own governments.

 
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Why Syria Is Not Libya

Nikolas K. Gvosdev   
utorak, 19. jun 2012.

This was, after all, how events unfolded in Libya. But Libya may not be the best prism through which to interpret events in Syria.

 
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The Yugoslav wars of disintegration: Graveyard Humor in Belgrade

Diana Johnstone   
ponedeljak, 04. jun 2012.

The election of Nikolic probably shows that enthusiasm for joining the EU is waning, which would make sense considering the current crisis of the euro zone. But even a sinking ship may look like salvation to a drowning man.

 
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How to steal an election

Economist   
sreda, 07. mart 2012.

Since the clever stuff can go wrong, ballot-stuffing is a safety valve. Politicians in shoddy democracies are learning what leaders in real ones have long known—you can fool only some of the people, and only some of the time.

 
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