Category Archives: Central/Eastern Europe

Bosnia-Herzegovina’s citizens vulnerable to outside influence

     

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s citizens are deeply pessimistic and vulnerable to external influence, according to a new national poll by the International Republican Institute’s Center for Insights in Survey Research. Some… Read more »

21st Century Disrupter: Russia’s aggression reaches ‘new, destructive level’

     

Russia’s aggression against Western democracies has reached a new, destructive level, according to Robert Hannigan, the former head of the British intelligence service GCHQ (above). An official regulator may be… Read more »

West Side Story: resolving Serbia-Kosovo line could end Balkans impasse

     

A correction of the de facto border – or “administrative line” – between Serbia and Kosovo could be the precursor to a comprehensive agreement on Serbia’s border disputes with Bosnia… Read more »