Tag: Serbia

Montenegrin dawn

A New Dawn Rises In Montenegro

The “Democratic Party of Socialists” just lost its first election in Montenegro since the end of communism, heralding an exciting new era of democracy in this tiny Balkan country where such a concept has long laid dormant under the heavy-handed rule of Milo Djukanovic, who had up until this point […]

Military Cooperation Between Russia And Serbia

The strategic partnership established between Russia and Serbia has been reaffirmed with the spread of the pandemic of the Coronavirus in Serbia. Serbia was poorly prepared for the Coronavirus, so it sought help from Russia. On behalf of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Federation Armed Forces, President Vladimir Putin, […]

Albania-Kosovo

The Post-WWII Albania And Kosovo

As in neighboring Yugoslavia, the communist revolutionary guerrilla forces, established by the aid and crucially supported by the Yugoslav communists led by local Albanian communist leader Enver Hoxha, took over the power in Albania in 1944.[1] From 1945 to 1948 Albania was under the strong influence of Titoist Yugoslavia and […]