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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Der Milliardär und die Hetzer

Rechte Regierungen in Osteuropa haben einen neuen Staatsfeind: den Milliardär George Soros. Weil er Bürgerrechtsorganisationen unterstützt, wird er massiv antisemitisch angefeindet.

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The twilight of the liberal world order

SUMMARY

In recent years, the liberal world order that has held sway over international affairs for the past seven decades has been fragmenting under the pressure of systemic economic stresses, growing tribalism and nationalism, and a general loss of confidence in established international and national institutions. The incoming U.S. administration faces a grave challenge in determining whether it wishes to continue to uphold this liberal order, which has helped to maintain a stable international system in the face of challenges from regional powers and other potential threats, or whether it is willing to accept the consequences that may result if it chooses to abandon America’s key role as a guarantor of the system it helped to found and sustain.

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Srpski orao na krilima kineskog zmaja

Naša zemlja nije povukla nijedan kontroverzan potez koji bi na bilo koji način mogao da se smatra neprijateljskim. I to što Srbija nije članica EU i NATO-a privuklo je Kineze da ovde investiraju.

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NATO se dosad nije pokazao kao prijatelj srpskog naroda

Nakon što je u 2016. godini propuštena prva šansa da Bosna i Hercegovina na Samitu u Varšavi dobije Aktivacijski plan za članstvo u NATO, novi, pozitivniji signal očekuje se već narednog mjeseca, kada je najavljena posjeta glavnog sekretara NATO-a Jensa Stoltenberga. Pitanje je kakvo će ga stanje dočekati.

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Why defending democracy is no vice

Author: Michael McFaul, director of Stanford University’s Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies

Despite recent setbacks, there remain compelling moral and self-interested reasons to support democracy and human rights around the world, argues Michael McFaul, director of Stanford University’s Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. Democracies offer the most accountable system of government, the only tonic for illegitimacy and the best way to offer political participation to the disenfranchised, he writes for The Washington Post:

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