Edward Lucas explains why the West should not treat the "in-between" states as objects on a gameboard.
A correction of the de facto border – or “administrative line” – between Serbia and Kosovo could be the precursor to a comprehensive agreement on Serbia’s border disputes with Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia, amongst others, according to a new report from the Belgrade-based Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS).
Mark Voyger, former special advisor to retired Lieutenant-General Ben Hodges, former commanding general of U.S. Army Europe, says in an interview to Georgi Beltadze, that calling hybrid warfare a completely new type of war is a misnomer. We are dealing with the same devil, which we have seen already in the past, only this time it is using new high-tech tools and methods.
The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade publishes new report, WEST SIDE STORY, in which the proposal to correct the administrative line between Serbia and Kosovo which would go more or less along the present four municipalities in the north of Kosovo (Northern Mitrovica, Zvecan, Zubin Potok and Leposavici) inhabited mainly by the Serbian population, as motivation for reaching a comprehensive agreement on the normalization of relations was presented, bearing in mind that the current format of negotiations under the auspices of the EU has reached a complete standstill.