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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.

18 November 2016 17:00 Crime Without Punishment - a Contemporary Balkan-Global Novel

The entire wrongness of the modern world is evident on the territory of the former Yugoslavia today. While in Croatia they remember with pride and sadness the battle for Vukovar and tell old and new stories of back then, mentioning Chetniks and Šešelj-ies, on the other side of th ...

15 November 2016 14:22 Fear of a Major Shift in Geopolitics Reigns in the Balkans Following Trump's Win

Media in the countries of the former Yugoslavia continue to analyse the results of the presidential elections in the USA with opinions continuing to vary. In Croatia, the accent is on the expectations for a change in the political map of Europe, while in Serbia predominate analyses that a ...

10 November 2016 16:38 Anxiety in Croatia, Jubilation in Serbia on Trump's Victory

This morning (November 10) the victory of Donald Trump in the US presidential elections is on the front pages of all newspapers in the countries of the former Yugoslavia. Opinions, however, are polarised. All comments in Croatia express concern about the future of the region, while in Serbia the ...

4 November 2016 12:57 Arrests in BiH - Justice on Demand?

Today’s review of media from the former Yugoslavia is pretty bland, which could just be good news, but it could also be a lull before the storm. The subject of the arrests of ten members of the former Croatian Defence Council (HVO) in Orašje in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Monday is to ...

2 November 2016 14:57 Bosnia Slapped Croatia in the Face

The policy of the new Croatian government regarding Bosnia and Herzegovina got a resounding slap in the face from Sarajevo just two days after the first official visit of Prime Minister Andrej Plenković abroad (to BiH), commented Croatian media. On Monday, two days after the return of the Croati ...

16 November 2016 18:42 Is Trump a Product of Democracy, or Tyranny?

Analyses and comments once again prevail in today’s press from the countries of former Yugoslavia. To some, Trump is the harbinger of tyranny, to others – just the opposite. In today’s review you can also read about the visit of the Croatian minister of defence to Bosnia and ...

14 November 2016 15:17 Trump Forebodes the End of Normalcy

The outcome of the US presidential elections continue to be the main topic in media of the countries from the former Yugoslavia. Following the many analyses, Croatian media designate special space to the presidential elections in Bulgaria as well, which are being totally ignored in other countri ...

7 November 2016 17:46 War in BiH Continues With Other Means

Winter is coming to the Balkans, judging by the anxiety in media from the former Yugoslavia. The week begins with a multitude of commentaries on the exceedingly serious situation between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, caused by the arrest of ten Croatian veterans in the Bosnian town of Or ...

3 November 2016 16:23 BiH-Croatia Crisis May Prove Worse than the Serbia-Croatia One

The arrest of ten commanders of the Croatian Defence Army in Orašje has already grown into a scandal which is on the front pages of most Croatian newspapers. Reports on the subject continue to be scarce in Bosnia and Herzegovina itself. The focus in Croatian media today is that, in fact, ...

1 November 2016 15:28 The Big (non)Event in Croatia - Kolinda Spoke, but Said Nothing

Greetings from festive Zagreb, where today is a holiday because of All Saints Day! Regardless of the day being a holiday, there is a lot to be found in Croatian media. In today’s edition we are also following who is in opposition to the new/old majority in the Croatian Parliament and we ...

 
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Adelina Marini
#Italicum Jeroen Dijsselbloem: Given the political situation in #Italy at the moment, it's impossible to ask anything from the Italian government. It's true that Italy needs to undertake some significant measures
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Adelina Marini
The regular monetary dialogue w/ #ECB chief Mario #Draghi is beginning in the EP economic committee. Stay tuned for live updates
28 November 2016 15:06
Adelina Marini #Draghi: Low interest rates are an incentive for reforms
28 November 2016 16:49
Adelina Marini
Today, too, there will be no press review because the European Commission will present the #enlargement package. Most impatiently is awaited the report on #Turkey but also on #Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia where the situation is very serious geopolitically and internally. For sure, the reports on Bosnia and Herzegovina are also to look forward to. Probably the only "boring" report will be on Albania. The presentation begins in a few minutes. Stay tuned for live updates!
9 November 2016 11:13
Adelina Marini #enlargement #Hahn: On #Turkey, I understand your criticism. At the foreign affairs ministers meeting next week there will be a declaration and a clear position on that. Undoubtedly, Turkey, under this government, is distancing from Europe
9 November 2016 12:30
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