CEAS: Nacrt Strategije uslovljen pregovorima o Kosovu

Srbija pre svega mora da reši pitanje Kosova, da bi se sa aspekta demokratske konsolidacije društva i države izvukla iz nemoguće situacije u kojoj je pitanje "Kosovo pre svega" i ušla u novu, u kojoj je "demokratska Srbija prvo" izvodljiva opcija, stav je Centra za evroatlantske studije (CEAS).

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CEAS: Nacrt Strategije uslovljen pregovorima o Kosovu

BEOGRAD – Srbija pre svega mora da reši pitanje Kosova, da bi se sa aspekta demokratske konsolidacije društva i države izvukla iz nemoguće situacije u kojoj je pitanje „Kosovo pre svega“ i ušla u novu, u kojoj je „demokratska Srbija prvo“ izvodljiva opcija, stav je Centra za evroatlantske studije (CEAS).

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Vučić je uzdizanjem Miloševića sve upropastio

Predsjednik Srbije Aleksandar Vučić kompletnu dvodnevnu posjetu Kosovu upropastio je u Kosovskoj Mitrovici izjavama o srbijanskoj "tobožnjoj zločinačkoj politici na KiM", te uzdizanjem Slobodana Miloševića kao velikog srpskog lidera, smatra direktorica Centra za evroatlantske studije u Beogradu Jelena Milić.

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How to end the Serbia-Kosovo impasse?

The current format of negotiations on the normalisation of relations between Serbia and Kosovo under the auspices of the EU has come to a complete standstill. Additionally, Kosovo’s internal affairs are becoming increasingly complicated. This impasse is creating a series of political, security and political threats for Serbia, Kosovo and the Western Balkans, but also the EU and NATO and their member states. Five and a half years after the adoption of the Brussels Agreement on the principles governing the normalisation of relations between Serbia and Kosovo, five EU countries, of which are four are NATO members, still do not recognise Kosovo’s independence. This stalemate impedes EU polices towards the region, which was painfully obvious during EU-Western Balkans summit in Sofia earlier this year.

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I have been trying to avoid wasting time commenting on the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies call for partition of Kosovo in its ill-considered report ironically entitled “West Side Story.” But the partition idea never seems to die. Last week’s “fake news, wishful thinking” is the latest example of the Belgrade press spinning up the idea. And more than one friend has suggested to me in private that there must be something cooking.

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