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Balkan states

NATO credibility crisis and Post Crimea enlargement: Cases of Georgia and Montenegro

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The next NATO Summit is scheduled for July 8-9, 2016 in Warsaw, Poland. The theme of the upcoming summit is expected to be that of security within the alliance (collective defense, article V of the founding treaty) as an answer to the security challenges facing NATO today (Ukraine crisis, ISIS, Russia’s military intervention in Syria).

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Can Montenegro make up for breaking the rules on the Euro?

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Montenegro looks to be a strong candidate to become the EU’s next new member state, but its government’s unilateral adoption of the Euro as the country’s sole currency in 2002 may yet stand in its way. In order to have any chance of concluding negotiations on EU acquis chapters related to monetary policy and financial control while retaining the Euro, ...

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ENP conditionality psychoanalysed: no more “more for more”?

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The European Union is ‘Sui Generis’, – the Latin expression meaning ‘one of its kind’. That is exactly due to its unique characteristics that there are continuous scholarly attempts to conceptualize the European Union as a term.

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Can the EU rescue democracy in Western Balkans?

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With worrying signs of a return to authoritarianism in the region, it is time for Europe to reexamine its engagement with the Western Balkans

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Is humanitarian intervention a must? Evidence from the Balkan states. Part 1

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Source:  edisworldview.wordpress.com

This is a first piece of articles that explain humanitarian intervention into Balkan states. I will examine the role of humanitarian intervention and answer the question whether it is a must to intervene if citizens of another country are in danger.

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