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Jessica Giandomenico

PhD in political science at Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies. Her research interests focus on the Western Balkans, EU foreign policy, power theory, elections, and social transformation.

 

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Articles by Jessica Giandomenico

  1. Elections in Montenegro The long reign of Milo Djukanović coming to an end?

    Although the elections were on the large respecting international standards and fundamental freedoms, the process has showed that Montenegro’s democracy is fragile and deeply divided along two lines, where NATO membership and ultimate geopolitical allegiance is strongly contested. The Montenegrin democracy may face important challenges from within, and is seemingly standing with few defenders among the established political actors.

  2. Elections in Serbia April 2016. The game that backfired

    With the democratic opposition from the early 1990’s decimated, the return of right wing nationalism as a political force, and a third pro-reform party entering Parliament, it is obvious that the opposition is divided.

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