Tag: Montenegro

Perspectives | Montenegro

Is Montenegro undergoing a change?

By - 04.09.2020

The end of Milo Đukanovic?

Lately | Montenegro

Police and political violence against citizens

By - 13.07.2020

Can the chaos in Budva lead to Montenegrin stabilization?

Lately | Montenegro

Montenegrin protests continue after clergy arrests

By - 15.05.2020

Clashes and accusations as protesters defy COVID-19 restrictions.

In-depth | Montenegro

The law that rocked Montenegro

By - 18.04.2020

What’s behind the months-long protests?

Lately | Montenegro

Pressing for change in Montenegro

By - 04.04.2019

After two months of protests, opposition agrees to work toward new elections.

In-depth | Protests

Western Balkans in the streets

By - 23.03.2019

Intensified protests throughout the region in recent months.

Lately | Montenegro

Tito lives on in Montenegro

By - 23.01.2019

Tito is back in Podgorica, but nobody knows why.

One-on-one | Montenegro

Aleksandar Saša Zeković: Montenegro cannot be considered innocent in the Yugoslav wars

By - 28.11.2018

Podgorica-based human rights activist talks LGBTI rights, Montenegrin politics and the process of facing the past.

One-on-one | Feminism

Paula Petričević: We must not wait for something to happen to make society more aware of women’s rights

By - 16.10.2018

TALKING BALKAN FEMINISM (PART 7) — Feminist, activist and professor from Kotor, talks about the need to avoid clerical right-wing dreams becoming our common nightmare.

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