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Question of Hungarian Minority in post-communist Slovakia and Romania in the light of Euro-Atlantic integration: Comparative analysis

Authors: Milan Milenković and Miloš Janicki Publihshed by Evrodijalog: Journal for European Issues, VOL 14, pg. 113-132 Abstract: Slovakia and Romania are typical examples of post-communistic states that experienced difficulties and challenges of nationalism in the period of transformation. New regimes try to cope with challenges, among which minority issue was the most difficult one. … Continue reading

Nova dinamika u odnosima Srbije i Rusije

Objavljeno na sajtu Beogradskog centra za bezbednosnu politiku, Avgust 2012,  http://www.bezbednost.org/upload/document/2012_nova_dinamika_u_odnosima_srbije_i_rusije.pdf   Od kada je formirana nova Vlada Srbije, ali i tokom procesa formiranja iste, došlo je do brojnih kontakata i vidljivih simboličkih gestova između predstavnika Srbije i Rusije, kao i do ugovaranja određenih aranžmana koji ukazuju na novu dinamiku u odnosima između dve zemlje. … Continue reading

“What is good for Serbia is good for Russia”

Published in TransConflist, January 2012 Whether or not relations with Russia are an obstacle to Serbia’s EU integration will depend, in part, on the EU’s ability to find a solution that will allow it to integrate both Serbia and Kosovo. By Milan Milenković After Serbia finalized cooperation with the Hague Tribunal in July 2011, and following violence in … Continue reading

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