IZ MOSKVE BEZ LJUBAVI

Centar za evroatlantske studije (CEAS) iz Beograda predstavlja svoju novu analizu – Iz Moskve bez ljubavi -   povodom 16 godina od ubistva premijera Vlade Republike Srbije Zorana Đinđića, 20-te godišnjice NATO bombardovanja Savezne Republike Jugoslavije i 70 godina od osnivanja NATO-a – Kremaljske strukture protiv Đinđićevog sna o Srbiji.

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Milić: Rusi u Srbiji napravili paralelni sistem bezbjednosti

U kompanijama u Srbiji gdje su većinski vlasnici Rusi su napravili bezbjednosni sekjuriti, pa se postavlja pitanje koliko Rusi imaju alternativno bezbjednosno prisustvo na koje Srbija nema uticaj kaže Jelena Milić, direktorka Centra za evroatlantske integracije za Pobjedu.

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US Army may send larger deployments to Europe

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army is considering larger deployments to Europe in the coming years to test its ability to handle more than a brigade’s worth of troops and equipment, which would be needed should a crisis arise, Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, the outgoing U.S. Army Europe commander, told Defense News in a recent interview.

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Dolazak Rusa u vezi s opstrukcijom

Direktorka Centra za evroatlantske studije (CEAS) iz Beograda, Jelena Milić, ocijenila je da dolazak delegacije ruske stranke Rodina, čiji je osnivač potpredsjednik ruske Vlade Dmitri Rogozin, nije slučajan, te da je u vezi s opstrukcijom suđenja za pokušaj terorizma na dan izbora prošle godine.

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RCC-prepared Multi-annual Action Plan on a Regional Economic Area in the Western Balkans is in Centre of the Berlin Process

The Berlin Process, initiated back in 2014 with the Conference of Western Balkan States in Berlin, aimed to consolidate the regional efforts and keep the dynamics in EU integration process amidst growing Euroscepticism in the region on one side and enlargement fatigue on the other. It gave a new impetus to the entire regional cooperation process, positioning the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) as a central hub for communication both within the region and between the region and the EU. The Summits that followed (in Vienna, 2015; Paris 2016 and finally Trieste 2017) gradually streamlined the role of the RCC to a focused, targeted one that we have today.

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How Ukraine Can Not Only Survive but Thrive

The timing couldn’t have been better. Ukraine’s war is dragging on, Russia is proposing a sham peacekeeping plan, the humanitarian crisis in the east is worsening, and the conflict is receiving increasingly fewer mentions in the international press. In this midst of this dismal news, Ukraine’s deputy speaker of parliament Oksana Syroid organized the Lviv Security Forum to figure a way out. Held November 29-December 1 on the campus of Ukrainian Catholic University in its new state-of-the-art library, the forum was meant to bolster the foreign policy credentials of the Lviv-based Samopomich Party and to convene international experts to discuss what should replace the shaky post-Cold War system.

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