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[balkans] Links/Latest ICG Report: Montenegro

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  • Florian Bieber
    C R I S I S W E B N E W S Tuesday March 21 2000 ICG SOUTH BALKANS ... -- See http://www.crisisweb.org for the full report and the press release ICG s latest
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 23, 2000
      C R I S I S W E B N E W S
      Tuesday March 21 2000
      ICG SOUTH BALKANS
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      --> See http://www.crisisweb.org for the full report and the press
      release
      ICG's latest report Montenegro: in the Shadow of the Volcano (21 March
      2000) examines the prospects of a new Balkan conflict flaring in
      Montenegro, Serbia's junior partner in the Federal Republic of
      Yugoslavia, amidst growing fears that Yugoslav President Milosevic may
      be planning to overthrow the government of reform-minded President Milo
      Djukanovic, or else stoke internal conflict in the republic.
      The report warns of the likelihood of Montenegro slipping towards war
      unless international donors and NATO members take immediate and concrete
      steps to support the Montenegrin government and deter intervention by
      Belgrade. These steps should include greater economic support for the
      Montenegrin government, an increased international presence in the
      republic and a stronger commitment to Montenegro's security, backed by a
      formal authorisation to NATO to commence military planning and the
      appropriate movement of forces.
      --> See
      http://www.crisisweb.org for the full report and the press
      release
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      Web site profile: CrisisWeb.org

      CrisisWeb.org (
      http://www.crisisweb.org) - a website of the International Crisis Group - features a number of analytical reports and other publications on Bosnia and South Balkans (covering Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Albania).


      Most recent reports on South Balkans available on-line (in html and pdf versions):
      http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/sbalkans/reports.htm

      1. Montenegro: in the Shadow of the Volcano (21 March 2000)
      2. What happened to the KLA? (3 March 2000)
      3. Albania: State of the Nation (1 March 2000)
      4. Kosovo Albanians in Serbian Prisons: Kosovo's Unfinished Business (26 January 2000)
      5. Starting from Scratch in Kosovo: The Honeymoon is over (10th December 1999)
      6. Trepca: Making Sense of the Labyrinth (26th November 1999)
      7. Violence in Kosovo: Who's Killing Whom in Kosovo (2nd November 1999)
      8. Waiting for Unmik: Local Administration in Kosovo (18th October 1999)
      9. Macedonia: Gearing up for Presidential Elections (18th October 1999)
      10. Montenegro Briefing: Calm Before the Storm? (18th August 1999)


      Most recent reports on Bosnia:
      http://www.crisisweb.org/projects/bosnia/reports.htm

      1. Denied Justice: Individuals Lost in a Legal Maze (23/2/00)
      2. Rule of Law in Public Administration: Confusion and Discrimination in a Post-Communist Bureaucracy (15/12/99)
      3. Is Dayton Failing?: Bosnia Four Years After the Peace Agreement (28/10/99)
      4. Preventing Minority Return in Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Anatomy of Hate and Fear (2/08/99)
      5. ICG Balkans Briefing: Stability Pact Summit (27/07/99)
      6. Rule Over Law: Obstacles to the Development of an Independent Judiciary in Bosnia and Herzegovina(5/7/99)
      7. Republika Srpska in the Post-Kosovo Era: Collateral Damage and Transformation (5/7/99)
      8. Why Will No One Invest in Bosnia and Herzegovina?(21/04/99)
      9. ICG Bosnia: Republika Srpska - Poplasen, Brcko And Kosovo: Three Crises and Out? (06/04/99)
      10. Breaking The Mould: Electoral Reform In Bosnia And Herzegovina (04/03/99)


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