Monthly Archives: "June 2013"

By: Elko BrummelmanFollow @ElkoBrummelman   On June 17th, Czech Prime Minister Petr Nečas resigned after his chief of staff, Jana Nagyová and others closely related to the government were arrested on accusation of corruption and...

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By: Cameron Westwood Follow @CameronWestwood   Western—and especially the British—media has never really let up on Russia. Russia remains a Cold War relic, our “other”, and not to be trusted; whatever the reality of feelings...

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By: Egzon Gashi Follow @EGashi17   On February 17th, 2008, most of the European Union welcomed a new country – the Republic of Kosovo. To date, 22 of 27 EU member states recognize Kosovo’s independence....

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Kosovo: A black box of institutions

June 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

By: Caroline Folmer (guest contributor) Bachelor in Political Science at Free University Brussels (VUB) Research Master Eurasian Studies – Uppsala University   Strolling along Mother Theresa Boulevard in downtown Pristina, you cannot ignore the ubiquitous...

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