Entries by ASCG

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ROUND TABLE DSCUSSION – WESTERN BALKAN SECURITY REPORT

The Atlantic Council of Montenegro has prepared the Western Balkans Security Report, a comprehensive overview of major security policy challenges and analyses across carefully selected themes that concern national and security in the Western Balkan region. The project is supported by the NATO PDD. The Atlantic Council of Montenegro will organize the Round table discussion […]

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China Paves the Road for the Post-COVID-19 Era

Azra Karastanović, Program Manager at the Atlantic Council of Montenegro, contributed to a broad study China’s Engagement in Central and Eastern European Countries with an article entitled China Paves the Road for the Post-COVID-19 Era. This is a publication of the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy. We are conveying the article integrally. The whole study […]

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MONTENEGRO TURNED TOWARDS WEST AND THE WESTERN VALUES

Montenegro should turn towards West and the Western values, said President of the Atlantic Council of Montenegro Savo Kentera at the seminar entitled „The EU, China and the Western Balkans: Challenges and perspectives for the future integration“, which has been organized at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Montenegro.Kentera emphasized that China benefited […]

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Montenegro remains part of the West

After August 30 the foreign policy of Montenegro truly comes into question, said the President of the Atlantic Council of Montenegro Savo Kentera at the international conference organized by the Foreign Policy Center with the support of the U.S. Embassy in Serbia. Even though it seems that all the efforts have been taken so that […]

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The Atlantic Council elected its new Board

The Assembly of the Atlantic Council of Montenegro held on February 25, 2021, in Podgorica elected the new Governance Board composed of Milica Pejanović-Đurišić, John Allen and Sharyl Cross. The Board members are prominent figures with many years of political and expert experience both at home and in the international scene. The former President of the […]

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NATIONAL INTEREST BEFORE PERSONAL INTEREST

Whoever thinks that Russian influence has weakened when Montenegro or Northern Macedonia accessed NATO, definitely does not know much about Russia or its functioning. Russian influence has just strengthened here during the last two years, assessed Savo Kenetera, the President of the Atlantic Council of Montenegro. In an interview for Oslobođenje, Kentera stated that Russia […]