6. Beogradska NATO nedelja

Ovogodišnja Beogradska NATO nedelja održana je od 8. do 9. novembra u Beogradu.

6-ta NATO nedelja

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Špijunske crne operacije: Ako može u Africi, zašto ne bi moglo i na Balkanu

Špijunska afera koja ovih dana potresa odnose Beograda i Skoplja nije iznenađenje kad se gleda širi kontekst na Balkanu, odnos Makedonije i Grčke, kao i odnos Makedonije i Srbije kroz prizmu Kosova, a naročito kad se ima u vidu da su na teritoriji Makedonije izuzetno jake američke strukture, kaže profesor Goran Matić sa Instituta za uporedno pravo.


NATO chief says 2 experts to attend Russia-Belarus war games

NATO's chief says the military alliance will send two experts to attend Russia's war games with Belarus, after Minsk invited them to take part.

The war games, known as Zapad (West in Russian) and starting on Sept. 14, have raised tensions between NATO and Russia. Zapad will see thousands of troops and equipment from Russia and Belarus deployed near the borders with NATO members Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.


Donald Trump’s Identity Politics

In the wake of the presidential election, we’ve all been asking simplistic questions about how Donald Trump won. Was it economics? Was it racism? Was it misogyny? Did it come down to identity? We know that it can’t have been just one thing, and that President Trump’s triumph was a concoction of many things. Nonetheless, several factors came together in a peculiar way, with serious electoral consequences. Millions of white voters began to see themselves more openly not as white supremacists but as white identified.


Železnjak, portparol ruskog uticaja na Balkanu

Sergej Železnjak, aktuelni zamjenik sekretara Generalnog savjeta Jedinstvene Rusije predsjednika Vadimira Putina, ističe se u izjavama koje se tumače kao otvoren pokušaj zvanične Rusije da se miješa u unutrašnju politiku Crne Gore.



People are interesting creatures. We want so badly to be rational and at the same time are incredibly irrational when confronted with information that is contrary to what we believe. For both individuals and institutions facing critical decisions, how we respond to new, contrary information cuts to the core of whether we will be successful. Today, the Army sits at such a decision point: Does forward-deployment of armored forces in regions vital to US interests or a rotational model offer a better means of meeting security requirements?