Serbia’s Days of Hedging Between the EU and Russia Might Be Over

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Russian President Vladimir Putin attend an official welcome ceremony prior to their talks in Belgrade, Serbia, Jan. 17, 2019 (AP photo by Darko Vojinovic).
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Russian President Vladimir Putin attend an official welcome ceremony prior to their talks in Belgrade, Serbia, Jan. 17, 2019 (AP photo by Darko Vojinovic).
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The European Union has spent much of the past decade divided and impotent, as it flailed its way through a series of seemingly never-ending crises. But Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine last week appears to have reenergized the bloc, leading to the emergence of a newly assertive EU bound together by a common enemy. European politics suddenly appear to have become the art of endless possibility, and regardless of how the war in Ukraine eventually plays out, the ripple effects of the past week’s events are likely to have a profoundly transformative impact on the continent. Few countries, however, are […]

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