Konkurs za poziciju projektnog koordinatora u Centru za evroatlantske studije (CEAS)

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Centar za evroatlantske studije (CEAS) raspisuje konkurs za poziciju projektni koordinator.



Serbian, U.S. Paratroopers Conduct Bilateral Double Eagle Exercise

STUTTGART, Germany, Nov. 13, 2017 — At the invitation of the Serbian government, U.S. Army paratroopers from the 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade, will conduct a bilateral Serbian and U.S. airborne exercise this week.


U.S. to Seek Russian Approval for Peacekeepers in Eastern Ukraine

U.S., Western officials hope Putin is seeking a way out of separatist conflict

BRUSSELS—U.S. officials are preparing to test Moscow’s willingness to end the Ukraine conflict by seeking Russia’s approval for 20,000 peacekeepers in Ukraine’s embattled east, U.S. and Western officials said.


Lavrov: Ruski MIP 'spreman štititi Šišmakova i Popova'

Ruski državljani Eduard Šišmakov i Vladimir Popov, koji su u Crnoj Gori osumnjičeniza pokušaj državnog udara i terorizma, imaće svu neophodnu pomoć i zaštitu Ministarstva inostranih poslova Rusije (MIP), navodi se u pismu šefa ruske diplomatije Sergeja Lavrova.


What Kind of Neutrality does Serbia Want?

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Mr. Garcevic is a member of CEAS dvisory board

At a time when ‘neutrality’ can be just a cover for close ties to Russia, Serbia must start an open debate about what this concept truly means in the Balkan context.


Prague Declaration on seven urgent steps proposed by Western security experts

* CEAS Director Jelena Milić is among the signatories

About The Prague Declaration

This Prague Declaration lays out seven urgent steps the democratic West must to now to stop the Russian aggression.  Response of Western democracies  to this threat has been “weak”, because “large part of the Western political establishment still does not recognize the kind of threat we are facing”.


How to End the War in Eastern Ukraine

The recent US debate about Russia has focused mainly on Moscow’s disinformation, propaganda, and interference in our elections. But Russia’s aggression against Ukraine remains the original sin and the biggest threat. It’s not just Ukraine’s survival as an independent, democratic state that is on the line, but the future of an international order based on the rule of law rather than the law of the jungle.