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Newsletter 1/17/2019: Putin’s Agenda Includes Greater Balkans. Putin Assassination Plot Foiled. Kolinda Visits Erdogan in Turkey. Ivanovic Assassination 1 Year Anniversary.

Newsletter 1/17/2019: Putin’s Agenda Includes Greater Balkans. Putin Assassination Plot Foiled. Kolinda Visits Erdogan in Turkey. Ivanovic Assassination 1 Year Anniversary.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IN THE BALKANS TODAY WEEKEND READ: “Want to Cultivate a Liberal European Islam? Look to Bosnia.” by Riada Asimovic Akyol for The Atlantic:”When French President Emmanuel Macron said last summer that he would create a new “framework and rules” for Islamic institutions in France, he […]

President of the Advisory Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina Ajla Delkic

BiH WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Former High Representative Lord Paddy Ashdown Dies; Ajla Delkic: Millions Spent Against Bosnia in Washington; Dodik Urges Serbian Support for RS Right to Self-Determination; Al Jazeera – “Is Croatia undermining Bosnia’s sovereignty?”; Bosnian Population Shrinking

“Paddy Ashdown, the former leader of the U.K. Liberal Democrats and the United Nations’ high representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina, died Saturday evening. Ashdown, who was 77, was responsible for implementing the 1995 Dayton Peace Accord during his time as the U.N. high representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina from May 2002 until January […]

Croatia WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Former Presidential Advisor Threatened by Intelligence Services?; Croatia Raises Number of Licenses for Foreign Workers; Croatian Troops Send Christmas Wishes to Family and Friends from Afghanistan (Video); Migrants Aim to Enter Croatia From BosniaPhoto: Time Out

Croatia WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Former Presidential Advisor Threatened by Intelligence Services?; Croatia Raises Number of Licenses for Foreign Workers; Croatian Troops Send Christmas Wishes to Family and Friends from Afghanistan (Video); Migrants Aim to Enter Croatia From Bosnia

“The President’s former domestic policy adviser Mate Radeljić released a statement claiming that the chief of staff to the director of the nation’s security intelligence service was the one who informed him he was being let go in Thursday’s cabinet reshuffle and that the service would stop at […]

ECHR to Rule on Slovenia’s Case Against Croatia Over Ljubljanska Banka

ECHR to Rule on Slovenia’s Case Against Croatia Over Ljubljanska Banka

“The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg will decide on Slovenia’s lawsuit against Croatia in the dispute concerning the Croatian clients’ savings deposits in the Zagreb branch of the now defunct Slovenian bank Ljubljanska Banka, Slovenian media reported on Wednesday. In autumn […]

NATO to “Re-examine Level of Engagement” in Kosovo

NATO to “Re-examine Level of Engagement” in Kosovo

“The NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg had a phone call today with Mr Ramush Haradinaj of Kosovo. He informed Mr Haradinaj that the North Atlantic Council had an initial discussion on the recently adopted laws on the transition of the Kosovo Security Force (KSF). The Secretary General informed […]