Press Review

Strategic Balkans is a project by the NATO Defense College Foundation which aims to bring together partner organizations focusing on the Western Balkans. The region is of great historical and strategic importance for the European continent and NATO and deserves to be analysed in depth.

The project is composed by:

The Press Review is a collection of the most important articles reported by the international press about and from the Balkans. The review aims to create a monthly context about the situation in the region, from which the reader will be able to formulate a clear picture of the events in the Balkans.

The Activities, which include all the conferences, seminars, book presentations that Balkan-watchers should not miss.

The Publications and the Commentaries made by experts from the region who will touch upon the hottest issues of the area.

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Presenting on #EU & #NATO cooperation in the #Mediterranean at the World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies. #Sevilla is just amazing! @WOCMES2018Sev


On 23rd June @jensstoltenberg said that the #NATO was ready to assist #Libya in establishing security services & defence institutions.

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#WeAreNATO #NATOSummit


NATO's 2010 Strategic Concept officially broadened the @NATO's mission beyond collective defence, reflecting a peaceful #Europe and changes in alliance activities. However, Russia's re-entry into great power politics has changed NATO's strategic calculus.


Il #NATOSummit di #Bruxelles si è concluso da pochi giorni ma le critiche all'Alleanza Atlantica non si sono ancora esaurite.

Il Direttore Politi (@ozeanadler) risponde a chi vorrebbe sciogliere la NATO perchè troppo dipendente da Washington.

Costly white elephant? Sir @simonjenkins4, look at the facts: 70 years of peace from San Francisco to Vladivostok is a very good deal for $1.65 billion/year.

Director Politi replies to Jenkin's article previously appeared on @guardian
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