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Srebrenica – The guide for the perplexed

By Ari Rusila Over a decade and a half after the event Srebrenica continues to be engulfed in heavy fog. Messages about Srebrenica can be divided in two categories. The first a myth about three days on July 1995, a…

Serbia’s EU association is not a Must

By Ari Rusila | In a reminiscence on the Balkans, political analyst Misha Glenny once noted that “If the Balkans find that too many obstacles are strewn about the road to Brussels, they may well be tempted to set out…

New player in Caspian Sea power corridor

By Ari Rusila | US presence in Afghanistan may be less because of the al-Qaeda terrorists and more because of the brewing geopolitical competition over central Asia’s vast resources. Competition – or development – of EU’s eastern gas supply routes…

Failure of the supervised multiethnic society

By Ari Rusila | Absence of experts saves cultures. Serb management of violent Albanians in Preshevo shows this. Promoting a culture of coexistence, a multi-ethnic society or at least ethnic tolerance is not an easy task, not even in Europe,…