Search: Montenegro,Macedonia (4 materials)

Possible International “Package Solution” Formats on the Balkans Issue

... Bosna (Herzeg-Bosnia)); — Montenegro would receive a part of the Serbian Sandzak; — Bosnia and Herzegovina within the borders of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina with the possible option of creating a confederation with Croatia / Serbia / Montenegro; — Macedonia would be in a worse position, left without most of its own territory. Moreover, a tendency to tear the remains among Bulgaria, Greece, Albania and Serbia is notable here. One of possible scenarios for Macedonia in this case is to form a confederation ...


Moving Towards New Meanings. 9 May in the Balkans

... movement “Against war – Against NATO” In Serbia, events held under the European flag have thus far been modest in scale, yet local politicians are showing increasing confidence in the correctness of the Euro-Atlantic course. In Skopje (Macedonia), national orchestras play on the central square. In Montenegro , youth and student festivals as well as sports events are held under European flags . It should be noted that attitudes to May 9 have acquired a geopolitical meaning this year in Montenegro. In late April, for example, a banner was installed ...


Balkans Come to the Fore

... the center of international attention? Alexander Pivovarenko, Research Associate of the RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies and RIAC expert, shares his insights on the situation. The issue of NATO enlargement through incorporating the Balkan states of Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia is being discussed again. In your opinion, is this really a possibility in the short run? Indeed, the NATO summit held in Newport on September 4-5, 2014 gave such discussions a fresh impetus. First of all, this relates to Montenegro. In May-June ...


Modern Russia in the Modern Balkans: Soft Power through Investment

... is corporations that invest in Serbia, while it is individuals who invest in Montenegro (chiefly in real estate and tourism); Montenegro’s foreign policy is more Western-oriented; and a number of large investment projects have failed. Bosnia and ... ... 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’ ...


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