Defeating extremism in the Balkans

By |maj 3rd, 2018|Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, counter terrorism, ethnic tension, EU Presidency, extremism, Kosovo, Macedonia, News, OSCE, Western Balkans|

As a region deeply connected to the EU, the Western Balkans should no longer be forgotten. With Austria’s upcoming presidency of the EU, it is high time to reboot the region’s economic development and its integration into the Union, as well as recognise its progress in countering terrorism, writes Peter R. Neumann.

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Hungary summons Ukraine envoy over building attack

By |februar 28th, 2018|ethnic tension, Hungary, News, Pavlo Klimkin, Peter Szijjarto, Ukraine|

Hungary said yesterday (27 February) it had summoned Kyiv's envoy to warn against rising "extremism" after an ethnic-Hungarian cultural building in western Ukraine was attacked for the second time in a month.

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Chizhov: There is an alternative to Euro-Atlantic integration

By |maj 4th, 2017|ethnic Albanians, ethnic tension, EU-Russia relations, Greater Albania, Macedonia, Macedonia crisis, Nato, News, Vladimir Chizhov, Western Balkans|

Vladimir Chizhov, Russia's ambassador to the EU, told a group of journalists yesterday (3 May) that his country could offer an alternative to Macedonia, to the Western Balkans and to any countries, as, in his view, “there is always an alternative to Euro-Atlantic integration”.

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