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· May, 2006

Stories about Montenegro from May, 2006

Serbia & Montenegro: Referendum's Potential Consequences

Srdjan Cvijic of The TransAtlantic Assembly writes on potential geopolitical consequences of the Montenegro vote: “Independence of Montenegro, inevitable nourishes independence aspirations of other territorial entities across Europe and the...

Czech Republic: Montenegro Vote and the Split of Czechoslovakia

Dana of My Czech Republic Blog is reminded by the recent vote in Montenegro of the lack of a similar vote in what used to be Czechoslovakia: “We were not...

Serbia & Montenegro: Photos of the Missing Albanians of Kosovo

Doug Muir of A Fistful of Euros writes about a wall of photos of 2,000 missing Albanians next to the government building in Pristina, Kosovo, the story behind these photos...

Serbia & Montenegro: Belgrade Pictures

annabengan of Tirana-based annasblog posts photos from her recent trip to Belgrade: “We went to Serbia a week end to visit Belgrade. Cheap tickets from Tirana, leaving early Saturday morning...

Serbia & Montenegro: Kosovo Documentaries

Mat Savelli of Roma Roma notes two documentaries on Kosovo, one of which is a must-see: “Easily the best documentary produced on ex-Yugo that I have ever seen, the film...

Serbia & Montenegro: Life After Referendum

Eric Gordy of East Ethnia writes on what to expect now that the referendum in Montenegro has taken place: “There is the possibility that I may arrive to one country...

Lithuania: Eurovision Mania

Andy H of Csikszereda Musings writes about the Eurovision Song Contest, which he watched in Lithuania this year: “Lithuania got maximum points from Ireland, in what I thought was testament...

Serbia & Montenegro: Karadzic's Hiding Place

Balkan Ghost of Finding Karadzic writes that Montenegrin politicians have succeeded in convincing the world and the world media “that Karadzic was Serbia's problem and not theirs”: “Today, newly independent...

Montenegro: “It Looks Like Europe Has a New Country”

This past Sunday, 55.4 percent of the voters of Montenegro, the smallest of the six former Yugoslav republics (population slightly over 600,000), decided in favor of independence – by a...

Europe: Eurovision Song Contest

Rachel of Pustolovina: Adventure in Serbian shares her impressions on this year's Eurovision Song Contest, the first one she's watched.

Serbia & Montenegro: Upcoming Referendum

As Montenegro prepares for a referendum that will decide whether the tiny republic withdraws from federal union with Serbia, a heated discussion is taking place in the comments section at...

Bosnia-Herzegovina: Study on Karadzic Poetry

Balkan Ghost of Finding Karadzic quotes from a research paper by Jay Surdukowski, a lawyer, scholar and poet, on “how poetry can be used to prove genocidal intent.”

Bosnia-Herzegovina: Tribute to Bosnian War Victim and Hero

Finding Karadzic pays a heartbreaking tribute to “a dedicated reader and contributor to this blog” who died on March 3 “as a direct result of the illness she was given...

Serbia: “Serbia in Europe” Rally

Belgrade Blog posts a report and photos from the “Serbia in Europe” rally that took place May 9.

Serbia, Bulgaria: EU Race

Brooke, “a temporary Serb” and author of Desperate Serbwife believes that Bulgaria is “boring” and “certainly not ready for the EU”: “At least you feel like you're in Europe when...

Russia: Expat Living

Nancy Case of Case In Point writes on how tragic events in one part of the world may affect dining plans of American expats living in another part of the...

Serbia & Montenegro: Pro-European Rally Planned For May 9

A protest is being planned in Serbia on May 9, writes Belgrade Blog, and it is being advertised by means of SMS: “”In '92. they told us that the sanctions...

Croatia: Slobodan Praljak's New Film Idea

Eric Gordy of East Ethnia writes about the former commander of the forces that destroyed the famous Mostar bridge: Slobodan Praljak, an obscure film director now on trial in the...

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