There’s a lot of talk in the Balkans about what sort of a leader Trump will be and how his foreign policy will impact on the region.
The visit to Athens by the outgoing American President Barack Obama on November 15th-16th was planned on the certainty that it was going to take place after the victory of Hillary Clinton.
The first potential unrest could be in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Composed of Bosnian-Croatian and Serbian Republics and as a weak confederation founded after the Dayton Peace Agreement, Bosnia’s future mainly depends on the support of the EU.
Federalism is a form of government in which federal units want to achieve balance between a certain degree of unity and a certain degree of dissemblance.
As the geopolitical situation in the world changes, the same is happening in the Balkans. However, the US is making it clear that it will not allow its hegemony to be so easily eliminated. Tough rhetoric is once prevalent in the Balkans.
US Vice President Joseph Biden recently completed a “three day visit to Serbia” from august 16th-18th. The phrase in parentheses is the spin that Serbia’s puppet government in Belgrade put on it.
Liberland and its form of appearance as a combination of multilevel marketing, an NGO style organization, anarchism, hippy, globetrotting and contemporary pop politics create a new chimera of the declining Hollywood style idiocracy which, unfortunately, continuously poisons Balkans and entire Globe.
As you know, we recently had elections. Afterwards, there was the long process of forming the new government. Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic delayed the decision several times and dragged the process out for several months.
An analysis of the newly formed government.