Bosna vře. Hrozí jí rozpad? Srbové chtějí odtrhnutí, Chorvati zas vlastní entitu. Framework agreement ohrid 130801 en. Text Of Leaked Copy Of Serbia-Kosovo Recognition Deal. The following is the text of a leaked copy of the breakthrough agreement initialed between Serbian and Kosovo leaders in Brussels on April 19, potentially clearing a major hurdle in Serbian aspirations to join the European Union and otherwise more fully integrate with European institutions. 1.
There will be an Association/Community of Serb majority municipalities in Kosovo. Membership will be open to any other municipality provided the members are in agreement. 2. The Less you know: «Foreign Affairs» stakes somebody else’s claim to the Balkans. Nobody knows what to expect in international policy from the incoming Trump administration (there!
I said it!) , least of all the people involved in it or the profoundly ignorant Mr Trump himself. There have been early indications that the incoming US president wants to align foreign policy with Russia and to provoke an entirely unwanted confrontation with China, and he seems to have developed a fondness for death squads in the Philippines. As far as the Balkans are concerned, we don’t know much, except for a weird incident during the campaign when a minor out of work actor faked an interview with a Serbian magazine that had Trump echoing many of the sophisticated and refined views of Vojislav Šešelj. The most we can say so far is that Mr Trump’s recruitment of a team of far rightists, sabre-rattlers and Russian agents indicates a change of international policy orientation will probably be under way.
Dysfunction in the Balkans. The political settlement in the former Yugoslavia is unraveling.
In Bosnia, the weakest state in the region, both Serbs and Croats are mounting a concerted challenge to the Dayton peace accords, the delicate set of compromises that hold the country together. In Macedonia, political figures from the large Albanian minority are calling for the federalization of the state along ethnic lines. In Kosovo, the Serb minority is insisting on the creation of a network of self-governing enclaves with effective independence from the central government. Concrete clickbait: next time you share a spomenik photo, think about what it means — The Calvert Journal. Put the Serbo-Croatian word spomenik into Google Images, and you'll find dozens of photos of large, seemingly abstract sculptures, of architectural scale, placed in fields, on mountains, and in woods.
These are photographs – each of them numbered, thusly – “Spomenik #1”, “Spomenik #2”, and so forth, with locations, but nothing else – by the Belgian photographer Jan Kempenaers. They have been published in a book – of course, called Spomenik – and exhibited around the world. Balkans in Europe Policy Blog. Since the dissolution of Yugoslavia, political and economic relations between the UK and the western Balkan countries have been framed by, and harmonised with the EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy and its Common Security and Defence Policy.
This might be about to change. Copyright Reuters. The Republic Srpska Referendum and the Bleak Future of Bosnia and Herzegovina. 20 years after the end of the war in 1995, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is still marred by lack of political progress and stuck in the situation of stabile unresolvedness.
Recurrent political crises are a sad reality, whith political leaders of the two entities and three nationalist parties continuously pushing to establish sovereignty of their geographic or imagined territories in the hope that this will secure them a permanent ruling position. Quite often, they create turmoil to avert attention from more pressing social and economic problems resulting in challenging living conditions, particularly for elderly, children, unemployed and those in poor health. Fascists Reborn as Croatia's Founding Fathers. The Ustashe was led by Ante Pavelic, the wartime dictator whose picture was plastered on walls in Split in preparation for the rally. ''A majority of the Croats oppose this rehabilitation,'' said Viktor Ivancic, editor in chief of the opposition weekly, The Feral Tribune. ''But they are afraid.
Croatia’s election is a warning about the return of nationalism to the Balkans Amid the alleys and ancient churches of Šibenik, Croatia, the late-summer tourists look quizzical as a tough old man harangues a meeting in the public square.
“In 1945, people worked for free to build factories, roads, new houses. We wanted to build a better country then,” he says. “Find me five people prepared to do that now.” The speaker is the city’s “last partisan” – a veteran of the anti-Nazi resistance movement. Projev Slobodana Miloševiće na Kosově poli, 1989. Život ve lži a kostlivci ve skříni. Don’t forget Jasenovac – Industry of Death 1941-1945. From August 1941 to April 1945, hundreds of thousands of Serbs, Jews, and Romas, as well as anti-fascists of many nationalities, were murdered at the death camp known as Jasenovac.
Estimates of the total numbers of men, women and children killed there range from 350,000 to 800,000. And yet, despite the scale of the crimes committed there, most of the world has never heard of Jasenovac which was the third concentration camp in the number of victims in all of Europe. Balkán a vnitřní logika násilí. Hledání ve stylu ex-Jugo.