EU Nobel Peace Prize, Croatian and Serbian Medals of Tolerance – the bubbles in “bubble and squeak”

The European Union was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize last week; a feel-good moment, froth and bubble rising above, obscuring for a moment or two, the economic distress and national disquiet within the several of its member states (Greece, Spain, Portugal …) who are threatened with bankruptcy and sweeping unemployment that forecast possible widespread unrest. […]

Unlike for Croatia, European Union eases conditions for Serbia’s candidacy

It was in December 2011 that Serbian president Boris Tadic stated that demands were made of Serbia to recognize the independence of Kosovo as a condition for Serbia to achieve the status of a candidate for EU accession. Boris Tadic also said that Serbia would not be recognising Kosovo as independent State (Republic). This came […]

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