The Biden Administration Needs a Point Man for the Balkans by Akri Çipa President Biden and his foreign policy team have a wide array of international challenges to address. The Balkans is not expected to be a high priority on that list. Nevertheless, the opportunity is there for […]
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New Government, Old Habits by Ljubomir Filipović It has been only a week since the new government took office. Montenegro has been promised a government of experts, but unfortunately, with few exceptions, it cannot qualify as such. Ministers are mostly picked by the Serbian Orthodox Church, but to […]
The Biden Administration Will Return to the Long Game in the Balkans by Dr. Leon Hartwell Shortly before the brokering of the Washington Agreement, I had a discussion with Ambassador Nicholas Burns, a top advisor to president-elect Joe Biden and a former U.S. Under Secretary of State for […]
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Reset in the Local Elections by Dr. Dženeta Karabegović While the whole world was focused on the U.S. election results earlier this month, campaigning for local elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina was well underway. Despite the ongoing pandemic and epidemiological measures which limited events, campaigns […]
Make America Great Again was for Macedonian Americans Too by Marija Georgievski “I was suggesting we bomb Belgrade. I was suggesting that we send American Pilots and blow up all the bridges on the Drina. I was suggesting we take out his oil supply. I was suggesting very […]
The Macedonian-American Question in the U.S. Presidential Election: Diaspora Edition by Nevena Trajkov A short exposition, if you will on roots and values: In recent years, with the horrific images of children in ICE detention, separated from their parents, I’ve thought a lot about my parents’ immigration […]