Nothing Left to Steal in Montenegro

Under the unconstitutional law, religious communities must prove the ownership of property built before 1918, all of which require registration with the state […]

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Remembering Jasenovac: The lesser Recognized Concentration Camp

While the numbers are not as high as Auschwitz or Treblinka, Jasenovac was notorious for its cruelty and the high number of young children who were victims […]

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The Intensified ‘Ukrainization’ of New NATO Member Montenegro

After declaring the local dialect of Serbian as the new “Montenegrin” language in its first-post independence constitution in 2007, the tiny new country’s pro-Western rulers have gradually marginalized the Serbian language and its declared speakers (although they still form a majority in Montenegro), changing school curricula in the process, often amidst fierce opposition on the part of both parents and pupils, eliminating the Cyrillic script from official and public use […]

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NATO Doesn’t Care that Montenegro is a Haven for Crime and Corruption

Although Montenegro became independent in 2006, it took only until December 2009 for the country to reach the final process of becoming a NATO member, the Membership Action Plan, before officially becoming a full-fledged member on June 5, 2017 […]

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