Entries by ASCG

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Journey to Safety: Women in the Security Sector

Watch the first out of three short documentaries within the project Journey to Safety. In this documentary we are talking with the women working in the security sector, whose everyday’s work contributes to the building of peace and stability in Montenegro. The project has been supported by the Embassy of Canada.

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Journey to Safety

The Atlantic Council of Montenegro is proud to announce the featuring of the project JOURNEY TO SAFETY.  Journey to Safety represents a series of three short documentaries whose goal is to create a more inclusive, tolerant, secure and prosperous democratic society in Montenegro. The topics of the documentaries are: Women in the Security Sector, Migrants […]

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POLITICAL WILL IS ALSO NEEDED TO COMBAT DISINFORMATION

Education is the only way for societies to fight disinformation in the long run, a dangerous phenomenon that causes serious damage to all countries – was concluded on the panel dedicated to the fight against disinformation, organized within the jubilee tenth 2BS Forum, held on December 11. Milan Jovanović, from the Digital Forensic Center, believes […]

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Changes in the U.S. foreign policy certain

The U.S. foreign policy will be different under the administration of the new President-elect Joe Biden from the one lead by Donald Tramp, assessed participants at the panel discussion dedicated to the U.S. foreign policy after the Presidential election, organized within the tenth 2BS Forum. Ivana Stradner, fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, believes that […]

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GEOPOLITICS OF COVID-19 AND THE FUTURE OF GLOBAL LEADERSHIP

Sharyl Cross, Distinguished Professor, and Global Policy Scholar at the Kennan Institute Woodrow Wilson, stated at the 2BS Forum that the support to medical staff and all those on the first line of defense was crucial in order to overcome the crisis, which was exactly what the USA had provided. She reflected on the politicizing […]

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#NATO2030: ADAPTING TO THE NEW SECURITY CHALLENGES AND NEW FRONTIERS

Minister of Defense of the Government of Montenegro Olivera Injac stated that the NATO alliance was facing numerous security challenges, but that the most important thing was to preserve unity, solidarity, and coherency. At the panel entitled #NATO2030: Adapting to the New Security Challenges and New Frontiers, Injac emphasized that in challenging times such as this […]

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WESTERN BALKANS: CHARTING A WAY FORWARD IN A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro Đorđe Radulović said that the foreign policy priorities of Montenegro would not be changed. We remain dedicated to the EU membership, we want to remain credible NATO partner, the August elections will not change anything even though there are such fears, he stated. I want you to know that there […]

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2BS FORUM PRESIDENTIAL PANEL: PRESIDENTS OF THE REPUBLIC OF NORTH MACEDONIA AND THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA ON THE WESTERN BALKANS’ AND THE EU’S FUTURE

President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor expressed his disappointment that the enlargement policy was not the top priority of the European Union. I really regret that Brussels is currently burdened by other issues – starting from the health crisis, Brexit, and others – therefore, the Western Balkan countries’ membership in the Union is […]

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MONTENEGRO AT THE CROSSROADS: Discussion with the President of the Parliament of Montenegro and the Deputy Prime Minister of Montenegro

The Agreement signed among the leaders of the winning coalitions is a conformation that the foreign and political course of the country will not be changed, the President of the Parliament Aleksa Bečić said and emphasized that Montenegro would be a responsible NATO partner committed to fulfilling the obligations from the European agenda.  At the […]