Establishing the CSM is an inconvenient necessity for Brussels’ imperial pursuits in Kosovo, but also a long-overdue and crucial factor in addressing the ongoing deadlock and discontent.
Could the use of depleted uranium by NATO powers turn many Ukrainians away from potential NATO membership.
Assertions of Russian interference in Kosovo during recent tensions appear increasingly fraudulent, and make their cynical purpose increasingly transparent.
Pristina’s provocations & the EU’s ultimatums bear echoes of the same coercion Serbia was subject to during the Rambouillet accords over 20 years ago.
While the collective West insist on BiH’s compliance with their policy, they also paradoxically stress their commitment to its sovereignty.
As Russia announces mobilisation of its military reservists, NATO appears to be readying its reservists in the armed forces of its de-facto members and partners.
Although the West’s condemnation of possible secession in BiH is taking spotlight, the divisive nature of further NATO integration in the country should not escape scrutiny.
While discussions between the two appear to have been civil, NATO has a history of hearing without listening. Greater uncertainty also surrounds a meeting between the Serbian & Kosovan PMs on Thursday.
Kosovo PM, Albin Kurti’s assertion of military preparedness and blaming of Russia for escalating ethnic tensions, ignores Pristina’s recent inflammatory policies targeting Serbs, and the destabilising role of NATO in the region.
It will be one of the UK’s largest deployments to Europe since the cold war, with the US and other western European nations also stepping up military drills and support to Ukraine.