Braced For Political Storms

November 2006
Emerging Europe Monitor: South East Europe Monitor;Nov2006, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p1
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The article presents a forecast on the political stability for Serbia in 2006. The combined factors of the breakdown of the governing coalition, early elections, and an imposed solution on Kosovo can dramatically increase the political instability of the country before the end of 2006. The short-term risks are serious, but the assessment is optimistic that after the trouble, Serbia can experience a stable future.


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