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Time and place will be provided to those who are invited.

Dear colleagues,

The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies in Belgrade (CEAS) invites you, or your delegated representative, to attend the conference for the public at which we will:

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George Soros rises again

The billionaire, who had dialed back his giving, has committed more than $25 million to supporting Hillary Clinton and other Democratic candidates and causes.

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Turkey Goes Out of Control

Two pilots who are flying an airplane together start punching each other in the cockpit. One ejects those members of the crew whom he believes to be close to his rival; the other screams that his copilot isn’t a pilot at all, but a thief. At that moment, the plane spins out of control and swiftly loses height, while the passengers look on in panic.

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Trump’s campaign brings Eastern Europe’s political ‘tactics’ to the U.S.

When democracy arrived in the eastern half of Europe a quarter century ago, imported from the West, it did not come in its purest, most Athenian form. Of course the West loaned the East quite a few constitutional lawyers, as well as lots of idealists who could talk about judicial reform or give advice on how to organize an election. But on the heels of the idealists arrived another crowd of “experts”: the spin doctors, the masters of negative campaigning and the public relations firms who had honed their craft in U.S. elections and were more than willing to sell their expertise in the East as well.

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The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies in Belgrade (CEAS) welcomes today’s announced compromise within the EU on continuing negotiations with Serbia and the process of strengthening relations with the USA. We hope that these processes will truly contribute to faster establishment of rule of law and democratic control over the security sector in Serbia, and that measures encouraging Serbia to finally decide whether it wants to belong to the political West of the political East will soon ensue.

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NATO’s Hollowing Values Agenda

When NATO leaders convene for the Warsaw summit this July, their agenda will be dominated by external threats—from an aggressive Russia, to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), to the refugee crisis that has spread from the Middle East and North Africa throughout Europe. Yet an equally important issue, though not explicitly on the agenda, will be the internal health of the Alliance. NATO faces unprecedented challenges to its values, cohesion, and effectiveness, all integral to dealing with these external threats.

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