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Western Balkans

The Balkans are struggling in the past years to recover from the devastating wars that accompanied the break-up of Yugoslavia and to direct their efforts toward integration in the Euro-Atlantic structures. At the moment neither the European Union nor NATO or the US are capable of paying as much attention as they did in the 90s. This to a large extent means that the countries from the region have to deal on their own with difficult problems, additionally being complicated by the tough economic atmosphere not only in Europe but globally too. euinside thinks that the region needs special attention and this is why we dedicate this subject to the most important things that are taking place in the region.

19 August 2017 15:03 Vučić Can be Trusted as Much as Putin

While Western media continue to praise Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić for starting an internal Serbian dialogue about Kosovo, calling him "the Serbian Willy Brandt", the clever former Milošević information minister opens up a new front line of tension in the much suffered region of th ...

18 July 2017 13:55 The Berlin Process - the Good Cop of the Balkans' European Integration

The long-awaited EU summit with the six countries of the Western Balkans - Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, and Kosovo - in the Italian city of Trieste on July 12 ended with several important messages not only to the countries of the still too turbulent p ...

12 July 2017 08:49 The Summer of Balkan Hopes

The grand event for the Western Balkans this year is the summit of the Berlin Process countries in the Italian city of Trieste on 12 July. In recent months, expectations have been seriously pumped up that this meeting will provide a major boost to the European integration of the region ...

7 June 2017 13:11 NATO Enlargement in Times of Geopolitical Cholera

Do you remember that scene at the NATO summit on May 25 when US President Donald Trump arrogantly pushed aside Montenegrin Prime Minister Duško Marković to stand in front? This was the most shared video of that day and is the best illustration of the enlargement of the Pact, which officia ...

5 May 2017 11:45 Enver Hoxhaj: Dialogue with Belgrade Is Useless if it Does Not Lead to Mutual Recognition

The Balkans are in a limbo, Serbia is an extension of Russia, Kosovo has the most stable political landscape, the dialogue with Belgrade must move towards mutual recognition, the crisis in Macedonia is an internal problem. These are in brief the positions of Kosovo Foreign Minister Enver Ho ...

28 July 2017 14:17 Enlargement's Return From the Dead?

Over the past two to three months, a major change is observed in the dynamics of the enlargement process, putting an end to the rather bleak forecasts regarding the European prospects and the stability of the turbulent region of the Western Balkans ... for now. What is new? Macedonia i ...

14 July 2017 20:01 Time for Serbia to Make a Genuine Choice

Who could have guessed that all the hoorah about Serbian Prime Minister Anna Brnabić's statement in an interview for Bloomberg that if she had to make the decision, Serbia would choose the EU over Russia, is actually a preparation for the real decision-making!? 11 days after the interv ...

11 July 2017 13:45 EU Expects the Impossible from Bosnia and Herzegovina

On the eve of the 22nd anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, with close to zero media interest, the second Stabilisation and Association Council for Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the participation of the EU High Representative for Foreign Policy and Security, Federica Mogherini, Bosnia and Herz ...

17 May 2017 16:18 Is Crisis in Macedonia Coming to an End?

At long last there are some good news coming from the Western Balkans, shaken in recent months by a constant rise in tensions, renewed sabre rattling, readiness for new interethnic conflicts and, of course, with Russia's helpful role. Macedonian President Georgi Ivanov has finally handed op ...

4 April 2017 16:12 A Putin or Erdoğan Scenario for Serbia After the Elections?

The big news of the presidential elections in Serbia is that now there is opposition. After five years reign of Aleksandar Vučić and his Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), the opposition was virtually gone. It was divided into dozens of parties and movements with different ideologies - from ultra- ...

 
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#Poland Frans #Timmermans after the College meeting: We have completed the legal analysis and concluded that the four proposed laws are a great threat for the rule of law
26 July 2017 12:08
Adelina Marini The European Commission has sent today its third recommendation to #Poland under the rule of law framework. Here you can find the recommendation itself and the conditions for triggering of Article 7 euinsi.de/LaHu
26 July 2017 12:35
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Johannes #Hahn after the political dialogue EU- #Turkey: We are very worried by the arrests of journalists
25 July 2017 16:55
Adelina Marini #Turkey Cavusoglu: We have no hostilities with Germany
25 July 2017 17:31
Adelina Marini
#EU Commissioner for enlargement negotiations and neighbourhood policy Johannes Hahn will give his now regular monthly presser with a focus on neighbourhood policy
24 July 2017 12:39
Adelina Marini #Hahn: Sometimes our talks with the Turkish side are quite rough. But we're humans after all and it's normal to get emotional
24 July 2017 13:13
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