Kotor. Photo: flickr/David Dufresne
Kotor. Photo: flickr/David Dufresne

Montenegro

When the Montenegrin parliament declared independence on 3 June 2006, there was considerable scepticism about the country's sustainability, particularly amongst those who, two weeks earlier, had voted in a referendum on its future to remain in a joint state with Serbia. "Montenegro is too small to survive alone," was a typical view, in this case expressed by an economics graduate interviewed then by the BBC. Read more …

ESI essay: Montenegro: Germany's Balkan stipends – Asylum and the Rozaje exodus (January 2016)

Igor Lukšić – Herman van Rompuy. Photo: Mario Salerno/Council of the European Union
Igor Lukšić – Herman van Rompuy. Photo: Mario Salerno/Council of the European Union
Independence celebrations. Photo: flickr/Marko Milošević
Independence celebrations. Photo: flickr/Marko Milošević
Slobodan Milosevic signing the Dayton Accord. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Slobodan Milosevic signing the Dayton Accord. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Breaking through the Berlin Wall. Photo: flickr/VivaoPictures
Breaking through the Berlin Wall. Photo: flickr/VivaoPictures

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