Stories about Montenegro from November, 2007
Seesaw of Balkan Powder Keg follows Western media's coverage of the volatile situation in the Balkans: “My dear friends all over the world, especially in Europe, please do not say once again, you did not know!”
The Glory of Carniola discusses an article by a Serbian writer, which begins this way: “For all ex-Yugoslavs, but particularly for the Serbs, the Kosovo Albanians used to be simply ‘our negroes.’ Nowadays, however, they are cast as Serbia's arch-enemies […].”
A Fistful of Euros writes about Serbia's Stability and Association Pact with the EU (SAA), to be signed in Jan. 2008: “It looks like Brussels is trying to strengthen the ‘liberal and Western’ strain of Serbia’s politics before December, when problems are likely to arise with Kosovo.”
Srebrenica Genocide Blog dissects the Canada-based Centre for Peace in the Balkans.
Srebrenica Genocide Blog writes about Srebrenica genocide denier Milivoje Ivanisevic and the former Dutch peacekeepers visit to Srebrenica.
Finding Karadzic posts a translation of an Italian newspaper article on the war criminal's possible whereabouts.
Balkan Anarchist responds to Balkan Baby on the issue of the language(s) spoken in the Balkans.