Foggo: It is up to Serbia how much it wants to cooperate with NATO

BELGRADE – We had the opportunity to interview Admiral James Foggo, commander of Allied Joint Force Command in Naples, during his visit to Belgrade last week. We talked with the Admiral about the current cooperation between NATO and Serbia, about KFOR, the NATO perspective of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the importance of North Macedonia’s accession to the Alliance, and whether NATO’s “brain is dead”.

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Backbone of Deterrence: An Interview with Retired Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges

Few know the importance of allies and partners better than retired Lt. Gen. Frederick "Ben" Hodges.Across his 37-year career, the former commander of both United States Army Europe (USAREUR) and the NATO Allied Land Command completed three combat tours in the Middle East and six assignments overseas. Now the Pershing Chair in Strategic Studies at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), Hodges continues to strengthen partnerships abroad. Here are his insights on the role sustainers play in deterring our adversaries.

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Čadež: Podrška iz Vašingtona “Mini Šengenu”

Predsednik Privredne komore Srbije Marko Čadež, izjavio je u Vašingtonu, da eksperti Atlantskog saveta, uticajnog američkog instituta, podržavaju napredak u jačanju regionalnih integracija na Zapadnom Balkanu kroz inicijativu “Mali Šengen” kao novu agendu za rast i ekonomsko snaženje, veću stabilnost regiona i ubrzanje reformi kako bi zapadnobalkanske ekonomije spremnije i brže ušle u Evropsku uniju.

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CEAS saopštenje povodom uvreda upućenih Novaku Đokoviću

Centar za evroatlantske studije iz Beograda (CEAS) najoštrije osuđuje tendeciozne uvrede koje je Novaku Đokoviću i srpskom teniskom timu, apsolutno bez ikakvog razloga, uputio Edon Cana ambasador  privremenih institucija Prištine u Bugarskoj, posle njihove fenomenalne pobede na ATP Kup turniru, na kojoj im CEAS od srca čestita i zahvaljuje.

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