Archivo de la etiqueta: Serbia

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Atentado contra EULEX en Kosovo

Equipo de invesigaicón en el lugar del atentado. Foto: Koha Ditore “Carreteras mortales del norte y funcionarios de la UE” PressEurop, 20 de septiembre, 2013 Un aduanero lituano de la misión de la UE en Kosovo (EULEX) resultó muerto y uno de sus compañeros, de nacionalidad checa fue herido el pasado 19 de septiembre, cuando […]

Eslovenia: El crepúsculo del régimen de la independencia (2)

Jože Mencinger: “Yo diría que somos una región de Europa. Tenemos menos poder y somos menos independientes que en Yugoslavia. En Yugoslavia éramos relativamente fuertes, pero no en Europa. Económicamente, está claro que perdimos todos los atributos que hacen de un país una entidad económica: no tenemos dinero, casi no tenemos política fiscal, no  tenemos […]

Accession to the EU: Serbia should ‘’Icelandize’’ its European policy

Accession to the EU: Serbia should ‘’Icelandize’’ its European policy IBNA INTERVIEW – Živadin Jovanović, former Yugoslav Foreign Minister By Miloš Mitrović – Belgrade “After the European Union Council had announced the start of the accession negotiations with Serbia, the statements by the EU representatives in this regard were mainly general. They said that the […]

Fiesta en Zagreb

Fiesta en Zagreb: sin borrachera pero con resaca Carlos González Villa, 1 de julio, 2013 En la media noche del 30 de junio, la televisión pública croata ofreció un evento comparable a la ceremonia de apertura de unos Juegos Olímpicos. Se trató de la puesta en escena de una noche mágica en la que todos […]

Croatia Joining EU With Muted Enthusiasm, Many Doubts

By Manos Symeonakis, Cartoon Movement Croatia Joining EU With Muted Enthusiasm, Many Doubts By DARKO BANDIC and DUSAN STOJANOVIC, Huffintongpost,  06/17/13 ZAGREB, Croatia — There will be festivities and fireworks, but Kata Secic can’t muster much enthusiasm for Croatia’s historic entry into the European Union. The 53-year-old Croatian textile factory worker has a more immediate […]

PM Dačić expects “green light from EU in June”

Mr Ivica Dačić, Prime Minister of Serbia; Mr Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Council – CONSILIUM PM Dačić expects “green light from EU in June” SOURCE: TANJUG, May 30, 2013BRUSSELS — Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dačić has stated that he expects Serbia to get a green light in June for the beginning of […]

Yugonostalgia’ gains force as Croatia prepares to join EU this summer

In Tito’s birthplace, ‘Yugonostalgia’ gains force as Croatia prepares to join EU this summer Associated Press, May 25, 2013 Croatia may be on the doorstep of the European Union, but in this tiny village another union of nations was getting all the glory. In Kumrovec, the birthplace of Yugoslavia’s late communist leader Josip Broz Tito, […]

Turkish Addictive Soaps Operas: The Unstoppable Boom

Turks Bewitch The Balkans With Their Addictive Soaps Turkish soaps have replaced Latin American shows as must-sees for many TV viewers in the Balkans – tapping into nostalgia for a system of family values that people in the region have lost, and lament. Amina Hamzic, Maja Nedelkovska, Donjeta Demolli and Nemanja Cabric in Belgrade. BIRN Sarajevo, Skopje, […]

German Investors Keep Faith With Serbia

Read also: “German investors in Serbia sending positive signals for 2012” German Investors Keep Faith With Serbia German investors in Serbia are mostly keen to expand their business activities in the country, a new survey show. Florian Franze, Balkan Insight, April 24, 2013 Almost 90 per cent of German businesses present in Serbia would invest […]

Revisiting Colour Revolutions

Slovenia: next playground for NED operatives? Graffiti in Ljubljana, presumibly made by Odbor VLV, during the recent demonstrations Revisiting Colour Revolutions Carlos González Villa, Ljubljana, April 25, 2013 Over the last years, systemic world crisis has shaped political processes and has determined global approaches of the sole superpower of the Post-Cold War. In this context, […]

EC recommends start of accession talks with Serbia

EC recommends start of accession talks with Serbia SOURCE: TANJUG, April 22, 2013 LUXEMBOURG — The European Commission (EC) recommended on Monday that negotiations with Serbia on membership of the European Union (EU) begin. A report published on Monday reads that “Serbia has taken very significant steps towards visible and sustainable improvement in relations with […]

Tekstin e marrëveshjes së arritur sot në Bruksel ndërmjet Kosovës dhe Serbisë

EKSKLUZIVE: Express sjell tekstin integral të marrëveshjes Nga Express, 19 Prill 2013 Gazeta Express ka arritur ta sigurojë tekstin e marrëveshjes së arritur sot në Bruksel ndërmjet Kosovës dhe Serbisë. Teksti posa ka mbërritur në redaksinë tonë dhe ne atë e sjellim të plotë në gjuhën angleze. Brenda pak çastesh, teksti do të jetë i përkthyer […]

Albanian sworn virgins

Jill Peters Photography: Sworn Virgins of Albania Albanian sworn virgins – Wikipedia Albanian sworn virgins (Albanian: burrnesha or virgjinesha) are women who take a vow of chastity and wear male clothing in order to live as men in the patriarchal northern Albanian society. To a lesser extent, the practice exists, or has existed, in other parts of the western Balkans, including Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro,[1][2] Dalmatia and Bosnia. Other […]

A Film On Kosovo Organ Trafficking

Source: Serbia Through American Eyes   Emir Kusturica To Make Film On Kosovo Organ Trafficking Deana Kjuka, Radio Free Europe – Radio Liberty, April 04, 2013 It is certainly not the first time that well-known and at times controversial Bosnian Serb film director Emir Kusturica has found himself in the middle of a controversy about his work […]

Optimism as Serbia and Kosovo seek to mend differences

Optimism as Serbia and Kosovo seek to mend differences Deutsche Welle, 21.03.2012 A spirit of optimism has emerged in EU-brokered talks between Serbia and Kosovo. As prospective fellow EU member states, the two have been trying to iron out differences so they can normalize relations. Serbia and Kosovo have made significant strides in resolving their […]

La “traslación de Obama”

El pasado día 29 de enero, el profesor Francisco Veiga pronunció una conferencia en el Cercle d´Economía sobre la evolución geoestratégica del macrocontinente eurasiático entre 2001 y 2012. En recuerdo de Zbigniew Brzezinski, la exposición fue titulada, genéricamente: “El gran tablero de ajedrez. La nueva configuración de Eurasia desde 2001”

El mapa ruso

Desde hace unos días circula por la red el mapa que presentamos, dividido en tres partes y que muestra cómo podrían estar configuradas las fronteras de Europa en el año 2030.  Según se lee en un boletín de B92, las predicciones fueron hechas analizando documentos de la CIA y del GRU, “y diversas fuentes”, que […]

Se inauguran las obras del South Stream

Mapa con el trazado de los proyectos South Stream y Nabucco al que algunos expertos denominan ya el “gasoducto zombi”, por su dudosa rentabilidad Rusia lanza la construcción de un gasoducto para suministrar gas a Europa swissinfo.ch / AFP, 8 de diciembre, 2012 El gigante del gas ruso Gazprom lanzó este viernes en presencia del […]

Gotovina absuelto, La Haya a Proceso

Veteranos de guerra celebran el regreso del general Gotovina a Zagreb. Según testigos presenciales, la multitud en la plaza Ban Jelačić era mayor que la que saludó el final de la guerra. Han pasado diecisiete años desde entonces, Croacia está a punto de entrar en la Unión Europea, y el TPI demuestra, una vez más, que […]

Srpska Connection

Dodik y Nikolic: a pesar de la uniformidad, incluso vestimentaria: “donde manda capitán, no manda marinero”. Las compensaciones vienen por otro lado: la Republika Srpska está en mejor situación económica que el resto de Bosnia-Herzegovina Srpska Connection. Las relaciones Belgrado-Banja Luka después de las elecciones serbias Tras las elecciones serbias de la primavera pasada y el […]