Weekly Review February 10 – 16, 2016

The region of Southeast Europe remains a vital geopolitical space and its control is always one of the priorities of global superpowers. Taking into consideration the emerging nationalisms of the Balkan countries, the unremitting efforts of the former communist states for successful completion of the transition process towards Democracy and market economy and the intense attempts for their full integration into the Euro-Atlantic structures one could understand why the region is an active living organism with rapidly evolving situations and consecutive reversals. For the analyst and the professional it is necessary to follow the political, economic, energy, defense and security developments on weekly basis in order to have a “clear picture” of the current situation in the region. The Southeastern Europe Intelligence Unit tries to fill the gap for the demand for weekly briefing onSoutheastern Europematters by the Weekly Observatory and gives a “close look” to the most significant news and developments that took place the previous week in the region.

TOP NEWS FROM THE REGION

Albania
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
F.Y.R. Macedonia
Greece
Kosovo (Under 1244 UN Resolution)
Moldova
Montenegro
Romania
Serbia
Slovenia
Turkey

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