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Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic is emerging as the key politician in deciding the future pathway for his country. He has to decide whether to back the West and join the European Union or to support Russia. A key part of that decision-making involves recognising Kosovo as an independent country and changing Serbia’s constitution to reflect this.
Professor Dr. Blerim Reka
Serbia officially took over as chairman of the OSCE on January 15, 2015. It is the first Balkans country to chair the organisation, 15 years after joining. The OSCE’s predecessor - the CSCE, was created in 1975 during the Cold War tensions between East and West. The OSCE’s role in 2015 will be critical in addressing new Cold War challenges for Europe and between Ru...
Russian politicians have stirred the pot of Balkans politics by proposing a partition of Kosovo. This would see transfers of land between Kosovo and Serbia in the interests of regional stability, according to the Russians. But others believe such a move is a ploy to deliberately undermine regional stability and Kosovo’s ties to the West and the European Union.