The New Century, No. 6, February 2014

Quarterly of Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies

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The New Century,
No. 6, February 2014

In this number you can find:
- foreword by Jelena Milić, CEAS Director, "#Putinization";

- Paper by Sanja Mešanović, MSc, from the negotiating team for negotiations on the accession of Serbia to the European Union, “EU common security and defense policy after the December summit";

- CEAS interview with Saša Radulović, outgoing Minister of Economy;
- Paper by Jasminka Simić, PhD in Political Science, “Economic aspects of strategic partnership between Serbia and Rusia”;

- Paper by Antonio Missiroli, Director of the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS), “European defense - to be continued”;

- Paper by Milan Nič and Jan Cingel, published by the Central European Policy Institute (CEPI), “Serbia's relations with NATO the other (quieter) game in town”

- Paper by Andrew Wilson , “Can Europe protect Euromaidan ”;

- Paper by Jan Pieklo, Director of Polish-Ukrainian Cooperation Initiative (PAUCI) , “Euromaidan: Russia and the European choice of the Ukrainians ”;

 

 

The New Century, No. 5, November-December 2013

Quarterly of Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies

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The New Century,
No. 5, August-September 2013

In this number you can find:
- foreword by Jelena Milić, CEAS Director, "Sad Stream";
- CEAS interview with the Ambassador of the Slovak Republic in Serbia, Mr. Jan Varšo;

- Paper by Sanja Mešanović, MSc, CEAS Researcher, “Serbia on the road to full EU membership";
- Paper by Tibor Moldvai, CEAS Project Coordinator, “Economic crisis and its impact on public opinion in the European Union and Serbia”

- Analysis by Kurt Bassuener and Bodo Weber from the Democracy Policy Council, “Not yet a done deal : Kosovo and the Prishtina – Belgrade agreement”

- CEAS report from the first Belgrade NATO week, December 3 – 6, 2013.

 

Keeping up with the private security sector

The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies from Belgrade (CEAS) published today its new report "Keeping up with the private security sector", as a final part of the project "Regulated private security sector - safer life of citizens", supported by the ROyal Norwegian Embassy in Serbia.

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YOUR FACE SOUNDS FAMILIAR- Security threats and challenges related to Kosovo local elections

On November 1, 2013, the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies published a new report "YOUR FACE SOUNDS FAMILIAR - On the occasion of the use of public resources in the "cleansing" of northern Kosovo campaign materials for the upcoming local elections in Kosovo and other security challenges and threats in relation to the upcoming local elections in Kosovo

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The New Century, No. 4, August-September 2013

Quarterly of Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies

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The New Century,
No. 4, August-September 2013

In this number you can find:
- foreword by Jelena Milić, CEAS Director, "Why a public debate on Serbia's NATO membership is needed";
- paper by Sanja Mesanovic MSc, "How to a more effective defense and security sector in the EU";
- paper by Tamara Kaliterna, CEAS Associate, "Between resolutions and intervention";
- report on the fifth informal interactive dialogue on the doctrine of Responsibility to Protect (RtoP) at the UN General Assembbly;
- paper by Haki Abazi, Program Director for the Western Balkans at the Rockefeller Brothers Fund "Syrians are in urgent need of our help - Bashar Al-Assad must go";
- paper by Yavor Siderov, political commentator and analyst from Bulgaria, "The Bulgarian political landscape is much changed after the birth of a genuine civil society";
- paper by Irina Rizmal, CEAS Researcher, "Keeping up with the private security sector";
- results of a public opinion poll on citizen trust in the Serbian Government;
- CEAS Calendar of events for the period September 2013 - February 2014

 

Mapping of Open Government Partnership in South East Europe

The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) is part of a coalition of NGOs that have launched a two-year project to encourage governments in the Western Balkans to become more transparent, titled “Advocacy for Open Government: Civil society agenda-setting and monitoring of country action plans” targeting governments in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia. The project is being funded by the European Union.

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