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.


Presidential election in Serbia – Unfair but square

CEAS Director Jelena Milić article for New Eastern Europe 

The March 2017 presidential election in Serbia further consolidated Aleksander Vučić’s grip on power within the country. There is no doubt that he will continue to proclaim himself as a champion of Serbia’s EU integration.
However, in reality, he is an autocrat, at best.

The dangerous tool of Russian military exercises

It all started with a military exercise in 2008. “Today, Georgia. Tomorrow, Ukraine. The day after, the Baltic states—and later perhaps the time will come for my country, Poland!” Those words were uttered 5 August 2008 by Poland’s late president, Lech Kaczyński, in the presence of five European heads of state who had come to Tbilisi in a gesture of solidarity with the just-invaded Georgia. Almost 10 years later, this statement anticipates Europe’s current security dilemma.

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CEAS announcement regarding Dissemination of hate speech against Albanians in the region


The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) welcomes all measures that the Government of the Republic of Serbia and its competent bodies are undertaking for the purpose of preventing and stopping the smuggling of weapons and committing possible terrorist and other violent criminal acts which can threaten the lives and general wellbeing of Serbian citizens. The CEAS supports all regional and global institutional activities in which Serbia participates in a transparent manner, especially activities sharing the same purpose as and involving the EU, UN and NATO.

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