Border changes promoted with taxpayer money

BIRN has discovered that in 2019 the Ministry of European Integration paid 168,000 euros to a Paris-based company that promoted the idea that ‘territorial modification’ could be a solution in the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue.

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War Criminals Prepare to Run in Serbian Elections

Two convicted war criminals hope to be elected as MPs at next month’s polls in Serbia, while several other people who are wanted by the UN court or have been accused of wartime violations are standing for parliament.

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How to keep Nato fit for purpose in years to come

The writer is German defence minister and head of the Christian Democratic Union.

The secret of Nato’s longevity is its adaptability. The transatlantic alliance kept Soviet communism from overrunning Europe. It manages crises worldwide. It creates stability through a web of partnerships. And, right now, it is facilitating international co-operation in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

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On budget eve, EU defence money at risk from coronavirus

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union plans for a multi-billion euro defence fund have been thrown into doubt by the economic shock of the coronavirus, officials and diplomats say, potentially threatening three years of unprecedented military cooperation.

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