The double standard shown by the European Union in its dealings with Croatia and Serbia represent yet another example of the moral hypocrisy of the EU.Read More
About the Author
N. Dumanovic is a political and economic writer who focuses on the Balkans and Eastern Europe.
Daniel Jankovic is a graduate of the University of Alberta’s History and Economics program. He studies history and economics, and has an avid interest in political discourse and international relations, especially in regard to the Balkans of Southeastern Europe. He recently completed an in-depth analysis on the death of the residential bar and its social impact in the Balkans. The paper is slated to be published in several academic journals in the upcoming year. He is an active member of 28. Jun, a Canada-based not-for-profit organization and is launching Konstantine, a digital magazine about current events in the Balkans in Winter 2016.
Croatia’s attempt to purchase ballistic missile systems could be construed as a single aspect of a NATO plan to continue to isolate Russia.Read More
Beneath the thin veneer of “change”, the current regime in Serbia continues to repress the media, NGOs, and civil society.Read More