Bombardovanje Srbije je bilo slično napadu na Nagasaki

S ljubaznošću koja odudara od klišea o poslovičnoj krutosti profesionalnih vojnika, Bjađo di Gracija, dok se rukujemo, pita: „Da li ’Politika’ još izlazi na ćirilici?”. Posle potvrdnog odgovora, dodaje: „Ne zamerite što ne znam, Beograd sam napustio 2001. godine”.

Glavni grad Srbije bio je poslednja stanica u balkanskoj karijeri ovog vojnog diplomate i italijanskog generala NATO-a. U drugoj polovini devedesetih bio je na dužnostima u Bosni i Hercegovini i Hrvatskoj, najpre kao šef operacija u Posmatračkoj misiji Evropske zajednice (ECMM) sa sedištem u Zagrebu (od 1995. godine). Posle Dejtonskog sporazuma premestio se u BiH, kao vicekomandant italijanskih snaga IFOR-a i francuske divizije SFOR-a.

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Zašto se od građana krije Izveštaj o Poglavljima 23 i 24?

BEOGRAD – Izveštaj o trenutnom stanju i napretku Srbije u Poglavljima 23 i 24 Evropska komisija je objavila pre nekoliko dana. Iako ova poglavlja predstavljaju ključ napretka Srbije ka EU, niko od nadležnih institucija građanima nije predstavio izveštaj. Postavlja se pitanje da li Vlada Srbije od građana nešto krije ili evropske integracije nisu prioritet Vlade Srbije.

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Southeast Europe: Strengthening Democracy and Countering Malign Foreign Influence

Subcommittee on Europe and Regional Security Cooperation

Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Time: 03:00 PM
Location: SD-419
Presiding: Senator Johnson

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    1. Mr. Damon Wilson
      Executive Vice President
      Atlantic Council
      Washington , D.C.
    2. Dr. Majda Ruge
      Fellow, Foreign Policy Institute; School Of Advanced International Studies
      Johns Hopkins University
      Washington , D.C.
    3. Ms. Ivana Cvetkovic Bajrovic
      Associate Director For Europe
      National Endowment for Democracy
      Washington , D.C.
    1. Mr. Hoyt Brian Yee
      Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau Of European And Eurasian Affairs
      U.S. Department of State
      Washington , D.C.

RUSSIA’S BALKAN GAMBIT

On 7 June, NATO welcomed Montenegro as its newest member with a flag-raising ceremony at the alliance’s headquarters in Brussels. “NATO is an alliance of democracies, united by a single purpose: to stand with each other and defend each other,” said NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, calling it a historic day. “Montenegro’s accession sends a message to other states that seek membership: that if a country travels the path of reform, embraces democracy and the rule of law and proves itself willing to and able to contribute to our collective defense, sharing the responsibilities as well as the rewards, then it, too, can join the alliance.” Montenegro’s entry into NATO is significant for Russia given the two nations’ historic, cultural and religious ties.

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