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Putin calls for ‘stable Balkans’ during Serbia visit

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday (17 January) called for stability in the Balkans during a pageantry-filled visit to Serbia, a key Moscow ally.
EurActiv - Published

Putin Bolsters Serbia Ties as Western Sway Grows in the Balkans

Russia’s Vladimir Putin promised regional partner Serbia more investment and stronger defense ties during a visit aimed at securing Belgrade’s continued loyalty at a time of growing Western..
Wall Street Journal - Published

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'Gilets jaunes' violence and Balkans pollution — No Comment of the week [Video]'Gilets jaunes' violence and Balkans pollution — No Comment of the week  01:50

We take a look back at the best videos this week from our No Comment section.

euronews (in English) - Published

The new West Balkans Route and the future of migration crisis [Video]The new West Balkans Route and the future of migration crisis  04:22

With the emergence of the new West Balkans Route and continued illegal migration, how is Europe responding to the refugee crisis? Insiders’ host Sophie Claudent speak to Gerald Knaus ‐ the founding..

euronews (in English) - Published

Tighter EU border controls does not deter refugees [Video]Tighter EU border controls does not deter refugees  22:58

Tighter EU border controls does not deter refugees

Euronews English - Published

Muhammad from Iran: We have been cheated by some smuggler [Video]Muhammad from Iran: We have been cheated by some smuggler  06:26

Muhammad from Iran: We have been cheated by some smuggler

Euronews English - Published

Baba from Afghanistan: If you pay the money the people smugglers will take you across the border [Video]Baba from Afghanistan: If you pay the money the people smugglers will take you across the border  04:34

Baba from Afghanistan: If you pay the money the people smugglers will take you across the border

Euronews English - Published

Bosnian Mayor: The arrival of any more migrants has to be stopped immediately [Video]Bosnian Mayor: The arrival of any more migrants has to be stopped immediately  05:52

Bosnian Mayor: The arrival of any more migrants has to be stopped immediately

Euronews English - Published

People stuck in Bosnia: up to 85% are economic migrants [Video]People stuck in Bosnia: up to 85% are economic migrants  17:02

Is there another humanitarian emergency situation building up in Bosnia and Herzegovina? There are still hundreds of of migrants and refugees "stranded" at the external border of the European Union...

euronews (in English) - Published

We see bruises that can come from beatings with batons [Video]We see bruises that can come from beatings with batons  05:18

We see bruises that can come from beatings with batons

Euronews English - Published

Frontex arrests people smugglers in Croatia [Video]Frontex arrests people smugglers in Croatia  03:11

Frontex arrests people smugglers in Croatia

Euronews English - Published

Stranded in Bosnia, refugees desperate to reach Western Europe [Video]Stranded in Bosnia, refugees desperate to reach Western Europe  03:00

Bosnia is struggling to deal with a large influx of Iranian refugees trying to reach Western Europe by way of the Balkans and visa-free entry to Serbia.

Al Jazeera STUDIO - Published

 

Permafrost Temperatures Increasing On Global Scale

Permafrost, the ground below the freezing point of water 0 º for two or more years, is an element of the cryosphere which has not been as much studied as other soils like glaciers or marine ice,..
Eurasia Review - Published

The West Is 'Responsible for Situation in the Balkans - Author


RIA Nov. - Published

Search for a violinist leads to love, marriage and an internationally acclaimed quartet

Faith Elliott was working with Giffords Circus as an accordionist when she travelled to the Balkans to seek a local Romani violinist to join the circus’s next tour. Fate and fortune led her to the..
Hereford Times - Published

Putin warns West on Balkans as Serbia prepares lavish welcome

putin warns west on balkans as serbia prepares lavish welcome
As Russia's president heads to Belgrade he accuses Western countries of "destabilising" the Balkans.
BBC News - Published

Putin blasts U.S., West over NATO before Serbia visit

Vladimir Putin has accused the U.S. and the West of destabilizing the Balkans with NATO expansionist policies as Serbia prepares a hero's welcome for the Russian president. Putin…
Japan Today - Published Also reported by •New Zealand HeraldSeattle Times

Vladimir Putin accuses the West of destabilising the Balkans as Russia seeks greater influence


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

RSF Blasts Montenegrin Journalist’s 18-Month Jail Sentence

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said Tuesday it is appalled by the 18-month prison sentence that a Montenegro high court imposed on investigative reporter Jovo Martinovic because of his journalistic..
Eurasia Review - Published

Taaleri and Masdar to launch a joint venture to accelerate wind and solar renewable energy development in Central and Eastern Europe

TAALERI PLC                                 PRESS RELEASE                            15 January..
GlobeNewswire - Published

The Evolving Orthodox Triangle: Constantinople – Kiev – Moscow – Analysis

By Bruno Husquinet* Churches think in centuries and are not bound to short-term political mandates. On January 5, 2018 the Patriarch of Constantinople implemented his decision to grant independence..
Eurasia Review - Published

UN envoy hails Macedonia’s ratification of name deal

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — A U.N. envoy has congratulated Macedonia after its parliament approved a deal with Greece that will rename the country North Macedonia. Matthew Nimetz said in a statement that..
Seattle Times - Published

Snow in the Balkans disrupts traffic, closes down schools

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Heavy snowfall this week in the Balkans has closed down schools, left remote villages cut off and disrupted traffic and power supplies in many areas in the region.Serbia's..
New Zealand Herald - Published Also reported by •Newsday

Ice Matters: A Meditation On Snow – OpEd

Most speak of floods in the age of climate change, when the cooked and the roasted take precedence over the snowed in and the freezing, and the parliaments of lost islands shall be convened in the sea...
Eurasia Review - Published

Terrorist Threat Assessment For 2019 – Analysis

The global terrorist and extremist threat is likely to persist in 2019 as the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group goes through a phase of re-adaptation and de-centralisation. This threat will remain..
Eurasia Review - Published

Balkans In 2018: Year Of Crises And Challanges – Analysis

With new regional and international tensions, internal political quarrels, stagnating economies and worsening public services, many people in the Balkans will probably want to forget the past year as..
Eurasia Review - Published

Croatia Dispatch: Oysters Lead Lives of Excitement and Danger. Especially in the Balkans.

Some of the world’s most delicious oysters have been farmed in the Adriatic Sea off the coast of Croatia since Roman times. They now face a deadly threat.
NYTimes.com - Published

Islamic Extremism In Kosovo And Current Favorable Environment – OpEd

During the 90s of the XX century, in Kosovo and in Albania reined a situation characterized by political tensions, with deep economic crises and with the failure of the state apparatus to function..
Eurasia Review - Published

Bundestag Member: 'Berlin Fuels War in the Balkans'


RIA Nov. - Published

Arab Investors Should Be Cautious Of The Croatia-Russia Nexus – Analysis

Arab investment spans far and wide. Recent reports suggest investors from the region are looking as far afield as the Balkans for new opportunities, specifically Croatia, where Agrokor, the giant..
Eurasia Review - Published

Deadly Vienna shooting 'linked to Balkans mafia drug wars' 


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Balkan leaders look to bolster Serbia's EU bid

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Leaders from the Balkans have discussed ways to bolster Serbia's bid to join the European Union.The leaders from Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and Serbia met in the Serbian..
New Zealand Herald - Published Also reported by •FOX Sports

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