REQUEST FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FOR CEAS

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The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade, one of the most prominent think tanks from Western Balkans would like to ask you for a small non-project related one time financial contribution or institutional support, personal or organizational, to help us bridge transition period which we are currently facing. Your support would help us bridge some donor policies, hiccups, reshuffling and donor withdrawal from the Western Balkans that have heavily affected us regardless of our impeccable cooperation with them, as well as severe consequences of Covid-19 pandemic on our sustainability. 

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CEAS New Comprehensive Research “Serbia and the New Horizons – Citizens on Security Challenges, NATO, USA, Kosovo and Regional Cooperation”

Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade presents new comprehensive research results “Serbia and the New Horizons – Citizens on Security Challenges, NATO, USA, Kosovo and Regional Cooperation which CEAS commissioned from the Center for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID). Research was conducted in early November 2019 on a representative sample of 1.000 citizens of Serbia with Computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) technique.

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CEAS New Comprehensive Research “Serbia and the New Horizons – Citizens on Security Challenges, NATO, USA, Kosovo and Regional Cooperation”

Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade presents new comprehensive research results “Serbia and the New Horizons – Citizens on Security Challenges, NATO, USA, Kosovo and Regional Cooperation which CEAS commissioned from the Center for Free Elections and Democracy (CeSID). Research was conducted in early November 2019 on a representative sample of 1.000 citizens of Serbia with Computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) technique.

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GERMAN LESSONS Thirty years after the end of history: Elements of an education

When the revolution happened, I was not there for it. To be exact, I was 3,776 miles away in Somerville, Massachusetts. On the clear, chilly afternoon of November 9, 1989, I was sitting at my desk in the drafty wooden double-decker house whose upper-level apartment I shared with three other graduate students, mulling over an early chapter of my doctoral thesis on direct democracy in America. Hunched over library books on Puritan town meetings, I clasped a mug of steaming tea, swaddled in scarf and sweater, and beneath it all, very probably wearing my L.L. Bean double-layered thermal long underwear, essential for survival in a New England winter.

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