It all began when Serbia rather unexpectedly withdrew all the diplomats accredited to Skopje on August 20th. For a couple of hours there was no official statement regarding the reasons of this unusual action, the...
According to the latest media reports, Serbian Prime Minister-designate Ana Brnabić is going to present her program and cabinet on a traditional religious holiday, June 28 - Vidovdan (St. Vitus Day). Serbia's new government will have...
The CEU Center for European Neighborhood Studies (CENS) and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) in Budapest organized a conference called ‘Western Balkans between Internal Transitions and the European Integration Process’ on 24 April 2017. The audience had the...
Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, Szomália újonnan megválasztott elnöke, az elmúlt hetek merényletsorozatára válaszul április 6-án háborút hirdetett az al-Shabaab iszlamista radikális szervezet ellen. A bejelentést megelőzően március 30-án az Egyesült Államok elnöke, Donald Trump „nyílt ellenséges...
As it was promised, the activities of the group called ‘Protest Against Dictatorship’ continued right after the Easter holidays. Although there were fears that the march in Belgrade would turn violent as the big football...
The Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence and the European Movement in Serbia organized  the sixth Belgrade Security Forum that took place between October 12 – 14, 2016 under the working...
It is more than visible that parliamentary elections are coming in Croatia. Although Croatian-Serbian relations tend to decline before each and every elections no matter which country they take place in, the recently used harsh...
When the Croatian government was finally formed in January 2016, one could only hope that the ambitious goals – such as structural reforms and economic growth – will not be swept away by political debates,...
Hungary was the first EU member state the newly appointed Croatian FM Miro Kovač officially visited after his inauguration (and the second one after Bosnia and Herzegovina), which clearly bears a positive political message: despite...
Background After an extremely long period of negotiations, the Croatian Sabor (Parliament) approved the centre-right government led by Tihomir Oreskovic. Although the path towards the formation of the government was not easy at all due to...