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Time to scrap “Eastern Europe” (video)

July 15, 2012


“Europe’s divisions are indeed grave. But counting the ex-communist countries as a single category is outdated and damaging” -Eastern Approaches (The Economist) Video Time to scrap “Eastern Europe” Advertisements

Case Study: U.S. European Command

January 18, 2012


Continuing our study of the intersection of interdependence and stability, we applied Model 2 (Swiss Economic Institute Index of Globalization/Worldwide Governance Indicators) to the U.S. European Command’s area of responsibility (see chart). There are six countries that reside in the “Unintegrated-Unstable” quadrant (Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kosovo, and Uzbekistan). Eight countries reside in the “Interdependent-Unstable” quadrant (Bosnia […]

EULEX Appoints Team for Organ Trafficking Probe

August 26, 2011


EULEX Appoints Team for Organ Trafficking Probe EU rule of law mission in Kosovo, EULEX, has formed a special team for investigating allegations of human organ trafficking in Kosovo. Bojana Barlovac Nicholas Hawton, a EULEX spokesman, said on Tuesday that members of a special team in charge of probing human organ trade allegations in Kosovo had been […]

Defence: Nato’s troubled terrain –

June 28, 2011


Mr Gates’s tenure as defence secretary has seen many of the Rumsfeld-era wounds healed, thanks in no small part to Mr Gates himself. But as he prepares to leave office on Thursday, that rapprochement is being tested over the skies of Libya, raising new questions over whether Mr Gates’s tenure set Nato on a new, firmer path […]

The Balkanization of the European Union a Blessing in Disguise? « The Global Journal

April 6, 2011


Thus the denouement of the economic crisis in the European Union threatening it with dismemberment may give rise to a savior who will salvage it from its ultimate catastrophe, the Islamization of Europe. The Balkanization of the European Union a Blessing in Disguise? « The Global Journal.