Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review volume 36, issue 1, P107-135 2017 DOI: 10.1515/lfpr-2017-0003 View full text
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Boris Vukicevic

Abstract: Abstract Montenegro, the smallest country in the Balkans, had led a long struggle for independence against various empires. Because of Montenegrin Orthodox Christian and Slavic heritage, Russia was historically its main patron. However, after regaining independence in 2006, Montenegro set amongst its top priorities the membership in the European Union and NATO, whilst trying to pursue good relations with other actors in the region. This paper deals with the adaptability of a small country to changes of re…

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