The well-known Serbian lawyer Dragoslav Ognjanovic, who defended former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic during his trial for war crimes, was killed on Saturday night in Belgrade, according to police. Ognjanovic,... read more →
Several hundred people have demonstrated today in front of the Montenegrin parliament building, in Podgorica, in the aftermath of the shooting of a journalist who has written about organised crime... 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 →
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 →
In a recent interview with the European Western Balkans website Dušan Reljić, who heads the Brussels Office of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, made the eye-catching point... read more →
The European Commission announced its new strategy for the Western Balkans, plotting the path towards eventual EU membership for six southeastern European countries. Of those six countries, Serbia and Montenegro... read more →
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