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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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EYES WIDE SHUT STRENGTHENING OF RUSSIAN SOFT POWER IN SERBIA- GOALS, INSTRUMENTS, AND EFFECTS

The goal of this study is to present to the Serbian public the various levels of international relations, in which Moscow is undoubtedly an indispensable player in solving the most pressing global and regional problems and challenges, and on this basis, to encourage debate on whether Russia is a necessary or advantageous partner. Our intention is to analyze the objectives, methods, and effects of Russian soft power in the Western Balkans and Serbia, and based on these findings, to assess whether they are in accordance with what CEAS considers to be in the public interest of the State of Serbia, that being: stabilization, democratization, economic prosperity, and Euro-Atlantic integration. 

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FHP: Tužilaštvo štiti pojedince

Fond za humanitarno pravo smatra da Republičko javno tužilaštvo (RJT) zloupotrebljava zakonska ovlašćenja u cilju zaštite pojedinaca i institucija od odgovornosti za zločine iz prošlosti, nauštrb prava javnosti da zna i da tužbe protiv Poverenika predstavljaju otvoreni napad na službu Poverenika.

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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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