The investigative website Bellingcat and its Russian partner The Insider have revealed the identity of a second Russian military intelligence officer suspected of launching a failed coup in Montenegro. The... read more →
Montenegrin investigative journalist Jovo Martinovic, who spent nearly 15 months in detention for investigating trafficking and corruption Montenegro, has won the 2018 Peter Mackler Award for journalistic courage and ethics.... 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 →
The long-serving leader of Montenegro’s ruling Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), Milo Đukanovic, will run for president in the elections on April 15. Đukanovic reportedly defeated the former defence minister... read more →
Montenegro’s prime minister, Duško Marković, recently announced that the country expects to open two new chapters in its EU accession negotiations by the end of 2018. Marković made the proclamation... read more →
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