The British parliament decided this week to impose more transparency on its overseas territories, including the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands, in a move that, although welcome, will... read more →
In January, the exiled Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui sat in his 9000-square-foot apartment overlooking Central Park and told Lauren Hilgers, a journalist from the New York Times, that he intended... read more →
The strong man of Montenegro, the small state of 620,000 inhabitants which separated from Serbia in 2006 to become independent, reconquered, on April 15, the presidency of the Republic, which... read more →
The historic leader of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic looks set to win the presidential election in Montenegro in the first round, according to the first results published on Sunday evening. According... read more →
The news came as little surprise. After two years of retirement, Milo Djukanovic, the charismatic authoritarian leader - long suspected of corruption - is making his comeback in Montenegrin politics.... read more →
Any national independence movement must have two objectives, the first one, obviously, is to achieve independence, the second is to build a secure, prosperous and well-functioning state afterwards. Kosovo, Europe’s... read more →
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