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Modern Russia in the Modern Balkans: Soft Power through Investment

... tourism); Montenegro’s foreign policy is more Western-oriented; and a number of large investment projects have failed. Bosnia and Herzegovina may be called prospective partners , especially one of the two entities of the Federation – Republika Srpska – and Macedonia. Large Russian capital arrived relatively recently (2007-2012), but its prospects are good thanks to the countries’ ... ... of modern Russia’s attractiveness and opportunities, while also providing a solid testing ground for the use of “soft power” in other, less friendly, parts of the world in which our country is also interested. 1 . The deal was blocked ...

23.05.2014

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