5.12.2012, Danas, Jelena Milić dala je izjavu za list Danas

Danas, 5.12.2012.

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Jelena Milić, direktorka Centra za evroatlantske studije (CEAS), dala je izjavu za list Danas, za rubriku "Pitanje Odgovor". Na pitanje da oceni Ljajićevu izjavu da Jeremićeva odluka da u UN zakaže raspravu o Hagu šteti Srbiji i služi za samopromociju ona je izjavila:

"Prijatno sam iznenađena ocenom ministra Ljajića. Bilo bi dobro da vlada ima jedinstven stav oko inicijative u GS UN, jer u protivnom delujemo kao neozbiljna država, razbijena vojska. Jeremićeva inicijativa, koja navodno za cilj ima odbranu UN, je neiskrena. Njegovi glavni saborci u tome su Tomislav Nikolić, koji negira presude u dva suda UN za genocid u Srebrenici, te njegov savetnik Oliver Antić, koji se hvali da je od početka tvrdio da je Tribunal nelegitiman. Inicijativa u UN ima za cilj nešto drugo - pripremu terena za odbijanje prihvatanja odgovornosti presude u slučajevima Karadžić i Mladić."

5.12.2012, BalkanInsight, NATO Ambassador's Suicide Stuns Serbia

Balkan Insight, 5.12.2012.

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Branislav Milinković

Serbia's ambassador to NATO, Branislav Milinkovic, killed himself in Brussels on Tuesday, for reasons as yet unknown.


Serbian Foreign Ministry confirmed that Milinkovic tragically died but did not provide any details.

According to unconformed media reports, Milinkovic, 52, killed himself at the airport in Brussels by jumping from a parking garage platform in front of Zoran Vujic, Serbia's Deputy Foreign Minister.

"Ambassador Milinkovic was a respected diplomat and lawyer. He served in Vienna and Brussels. He remains in the memory of his colleagues as a skilled diplomat, a versatile scholar and a noble man," the Ministry said in a statement.

Nato Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said in a statement that he was "deeply saddened" by the news.

"Ambassador Branislav Milinkovic was a highly respected representative of his country and will be missed at Nato headquarters," Rasmussen said.

Jelena Milic, director of the Belgrade Centre for Euro-Atlantic Studies, CEAS, told Balkan Insight that Milinkovic's death was a great loss for Serbia.

"Ambassador Milinkovic was extremely versed in multilateral diplomacy and committed to active participation of Serbia in the organizations where he represented Serbia," Milic said.

Milinkovic's wife was informed of the news in Dublin and has immediately gone to Brussels. The couple have a six-year-old son.

Milinkovic, a lawyer by training, was appointed Ambassador to NATO in 2009. Earlier, he was a special envoy to NATO. Before that, he was a Permanent Representative to the OSCE and the United Nations.

He is the author of numerous publications on international relations, human rights and security. He was the editor of magazines "International Politics" and "European Legislation".

Serbia is not a member of NATO but joined NATO's Partnership for Peace, PfP, in 2006, signing a co-operation agreement with NATO in which democratic, institutional and defence reforms were key.

3.12.2012. Studio B, emisija "Sarapin problem"

Studio B, 3.12.2012.

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Jelena Milić, direktorka Centra za evroatlantske studije (CEAS) dala je izjavu za emisiju televizije Studio B, "Sarapin problem", na temu političkih i pravnih implikacija presuda u Hagu.

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1.12.2012, Danas, U Srbiji sve veći evroskepticizam

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Danas, 1.12.2012.

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30.11.2012, Tribina "Srbija i evroatlantske integracije"

30.11.2012.

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Predavanje Jelene Milić na tribini "Srbija i evroatlantske integracije", održanoj 30.11.2012. godine, na dan prvog rođendana Beogradskog mesnog odbora Saveza vojvođanskih Mađara, možete pogledati ovde.

29.11.2012, e-Novine, Pravo porodica na pravdu i istinu

e-novine, 29.11.2012.

29.11.2012, Pravo porodica na pravdu i istinu

RTS, Topčider, Leskovac...
Porodice stradalih radnika RTS-a, gardista u Topčideru i vojnika u Leskovcu već čitavu deceniju traže pravdu i istinu o sudbini svojih najmilijih.

Dugi sudski procesi, kontradiktorna tumačenja događaja i zatvorenost pojedinih institucija otežavaju pristup pravdi i krše osnovna ljudska prava porodica stradalih. O trenutnom stanju ovih predmeta u sudskim procesima, glavnim preprekama i očekivanjima u daljoj potrazi za istinom razgovaralo se na okruglom stolu održanom u četvrtak u Medija centru, u organizaciji Helsinškog odbora za ljudska prava. Učestvovali su Izabela Kisić (Helsinški odbor za ljudska prava), Kristina Todorović (YUCOM), Olgica Batić (pravna zastupnica porodica gardista u Topčideru), Predrag Savić (pravni zastupnik porodica vojnika u Leskovcu), Žanka Stojanović (predstavnica porodica stradalih radnika RTS-a 1999) i Jelena Milić (Centar za evroatlantske studije).