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Briefing Note 27/2012: ‘The Montenegrin political landscape: the end of political stability?’
In Briefing Note 27/2012 “Stavros Costopoulos” research fellow Dr. Ioannis Armakolas and Podgorica-based journalist Ms. Milena Milosevic analyze the recent developments on Montenegrin political landscape. In a very crucial period for this Western Balkan country they discuss the future of the governing coalition and deal with the possibility of the creation of a unified opposition force, a development that has heated up the debate over the opposition’s strength. Additionally, they investigate the emergence of new political parties and their impact on country’s politics.
Authors: Milena Milosevic, Podgorica-based journalist
Dr. Ioannis Armakolas, “Stavros Costopoulos” Research Fellow, ELIAMEP, Greece