Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade presents its new analysis FROM MOSCOW WITHOUT LOVE - on the occasion of 16th anniversary of the assassination of the Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, 20th anniversary of NATO bombing of Former Republic of Yugoslavia and 70th anniversary of the founding of NATO – the Kremlin structures against Djindjic’s dream of Serbia.


Another public warning issued by CEAS regarding the pro-Kremlin elements behind the opposition demonstrations under the slogan „1 of 5 million“ that will take place tomorrow, the impacts of which may be endanger the constitution and result in violence

Bearing in mind that a large rally has been scheduled for 13th April 2019 in Belgrade, as a part of the ongoing demonstrations under the slogan “1 of 5 million” that have been going on in Belgrade for months, the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies in Belgrade (CEAS) is issuing another statement to warn the public in the country and abroad about a number of harmful consequences of these protests that may deepen the tensions and cause confusion among the members of armed forces and law enforcement forces in Serbia, at the time when the Serbian government is already in a very difficult position.

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A statement from a Joint Session of the Collegiums of the Minister of Defense and Chief of the General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces

Security challenges induced by tax introduction and formation of paramilitary forces in Kosovo and Metohija call for the Serbian Armed Forces close monitoring of any developments that may cause anxiety among the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija, once again reminding KFOR and the international community as a whole that they are primarily responsible for peace and security of all who live in Kosovo and Metohija.

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Jelena Milic: «The only way to stabilize and to finish the unresolved businesses in the western Balkans is if Americans march here again»

Today in the Balkans continue occurring complex processes, which change the balance of power in it and the geopolitical orientation of the region as a whole. However, there are still issues, such as, for example, the Serbia-Kosovo dispute, which, due to its complexity, because of the interweaving of historical, ethnic and international aspects and the involving of diametrically opposite interests in it, maintain a degree of tension in the region and impede the safe existence of its countries and largely reduces their opportunities for development and cooperation. About the possible further development of the above-mentioned issues, and the impact of their participants, as well as third parties on them – in the interview with the Director of The Belgrade-based Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies.

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