Author: Enes Morina

The Possibility Of Nuclear War In Europe

When Presidents George H. W. Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev signed the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty in Moscow in 1991, removing about eighty per cent of all strategic nuclear weapons then in existence, the hope was that the nuclear sabre-rattling days of the Cold War would be permanently over. Just over

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Conflict Erupts On The Kyrgyzstan-Tajikistan Border

Between September 14th and 17th, as member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) were preparing for its annual summit in Uzbekistan, what began as small-scale skirmishes along the Kyrgyzstan-Tajikistan border developed into a full-scale conflict with tanks, rocket artillery, and assault drones deployed. Amid conflicting information, the number of

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Electoral Reform Threatens to Destabilize Bosnia-Herzegovina

Several mass protests have broken out in Sarajevo in the past month after the news emerged that the Office of the High Representative (OHR) intended to impose radical changes to the nation’s constitution, a move that has inflamed ethnic tensions in a country jostling to maintain the delicate peace it

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False Bomb Threats Unleashed In Kosovo

On June 16th, the Kosovo Police (KP) reported a series of nationwide bomb threats, primarily targeted at primary schools in Serb-majority communities, which were later confirmed to be hoaxes. The KP confirmed that seventy-two schools received anonymous bomb threats, via electronic means, prompting evacuations before a search of the targeted

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