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 Columns 2017-2013

 

For the following publications in Europe:

 

Bulgaria Analytica
▪ A Tale of Two Trump Meetings
▪ Moscow is a Fake Partner against Terrorism
▪ Trump Arrives on World Stage
▪ Trump’s Mixed Message for EU
▪ Trump Boosts NATO
▪ Deal Making With Moscow
The Power of Fake News
▪ Balkans Adrift in 2017
▪ The Populist Wave
▪ Trump vs Putin

Jutarnji List (Croatia): Washington Mail
▪ Where Next for ISIS?
▪ Trump Investigation Intensifies
▪ Three Paradoxes of US Policy Toward Europe
▪ Bolshevik Centenary
▪ Another Blow for the EU
▪ Trump’s Symbolic Politics
▪ The US-North Korea War
▪ Carving Up Europe
▪ America’s Political Hurricane
▪ Balkan Contradictions
▪ Russian Illusions
▪ America Radicalizes
▪ Moscow’s Uncertain Allies
▪ America’s Energy Weapon
▪ Pence on the Front Line
▪ Moscow’s Trump Miscalculations
▪ America is a Soft Target
▪ Trump Between Warsaw and Moscow
▪ Anxious America on Independence Day
▪ Problems with “Liberalism”
▪ No Substitute for the EU
▪ Comparing Trump and Nixon
▪ European Union Needs to Expand
▪ Securing NATO’s Eastern Flank
▪ Trump’s Russia Scandals Intensif
▪ The Politics of Disinformation
▪ NATO’s Balkan Strategy
▪ Anti-Populist Populism
▪ Russia’s New Macedonia Offensive
▪ Trump’s New Foreign Policy Vigor
▪ Russia Closer to Revolution
▪ A Test for American Democracy
▪ Europe’s Next Crisis
▪ America’s Russian Connection
▪ Trump Battles the EU
▪ Trump Boosts NATO
▪ Will Trump be Impeached?
▪ America’s Balkan Controversies
▪ Making Deals with Moscow
▪ Trump the Socialist
▪ The Importance of Central Europe
▪ Serbia’s New Year Maneuvers
▪ Trump’s Foreign Policy Contradictions
▪ The Power of Fake News
▪ Moscow’s Biggest Deception
▪ Balkans Adrift in 2017
▪ Macedonia Closer to Showdown
▪ The Battle for Europe
▪ The Populism Specter
▪ Trump or Putin?
 America Divided
▪ President Trump’s Hard Agenda
▪ Russia and NATO Buildup
▪ The Rise and Fall of Donald Trump
▪ Montenegro on Track
▪ Splitting Western Alliances
▪ Final US Election Sprint
 Will an EU Army Replace NATO?
▪ RS Referendum Maneuvers
▪ Another Election Test for Croatia
 Trump’s Euro-Nationalist Connections
▪ Revival of Croatia-Serbia Conflict
▪ Putin’s War Opportunity
▪ Testing American Democracy
▪ Terrorist Demons
▪ Dangers from Turkey
▪ US Convention Battles
▪ The Indispensable Alliance
▪ Britain Polarizes
▪ The End of the West?
▪ Russia Stifles Serbia
▪ Clinton Makes History
▪ Is Trump a Fascist?
▪ EU-Russia Relations at Crossroads
▪ Stripping Russia of 2018 World Cup
▪ Lobbying as Politics
▪ Two Unpopular Candidates
▪ Baltic Sea Boiling 
US Foreign Policy Choices
▪ Central Europe’s Fascist Revival
▪ Serbia’s Slow EU Path 
▪ America’s Populist Utopias
 The Importance of NATO
Germany’s Rising Alternative
▪ America’s Uncivil War
▪ Republicans Splitting
▪ Europe Splintering
Moscow Promotes Refugee Inflows
▪ NATO Intensifies Europe’s Defense
Visegrad At A Crossroads
Global Oil Bust
▪ Europe’s New Immigrant Crisis
▪ Russia-America Conflict Accelerating
Another Dangerous Year
Polish Lessons
Trumps Xenophobic America
▪ NATO Moves Forward
Turkey in Eye of Hurricane
Russia’s Terrorist Coalition
Europe’s Political Shooting Stars
Croatia’s Restless Neighborhood
Croatian Bulwark
Refugee Test for EU and Croatia
New Vision for Croatia
Croatia’s Crossroads

Nacional (Croatia): Washington Mail

▪  Balkan Refugee Release Valve
▪  Refugees Revive Regional Rivalries
▪  Catalonia Rising
▪  Croatia at Energy Junction
▪  Arctic War
  Russia’s Domestic War
▪  All Eyes on Joe Biden
▪  Judging Liberation Wars
▪  Europe’s Newest Frozen Conflict
▪  Bosnia’s Frozen State
▪  American Politics Heating Up
▪  Washington’s West Balkan Commitments
▪  Merkel’s Balkan Moment
▪  Europe Endangered by Moscow-Athens Axis
▪  Politics from Left to Right
▪  Albania as Regional Stabilizer
▪  Refugees Exacerbating Xenophobia
▪  Turkey’s Strategic Choices
▪  South East Europe’s Gas Wars
▪  Obama’s Middle East Defeats
▪  Balkan Terrorist Threats
▪  War in the Baltic Sea
▪  Russia’s Battle With History
▪  The Politics of Genocide
▪  British Elections Decisive For EU Future
▪  Next Act of Macedonian Drama
▪  Russia Exercises for War
▪  Can Germany Lead Europe?
▪  Obama’s Missing International Legacy
▪  State Terror in Russia
▪  Croatia-Bosnia-Serbia Triangle
▪  War and Peace in Ukraine
▪  Greece on the Precipice
▪  Europe’s Jihad
▪  A Year of Escalating Conflicts
▪  Splitting Central Europe
▪  The Seselj Effect

Avaz–Sedmica (Sarejevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina)

▪  Unpredictable Balkan Futures
▪  Croatia Returning to HDZ
▪  Macedonia’s Greek Opportunity
▪  Europe’s Radical Dominos
▪  Arm Ukraine to Avoid Another Bosnia
▪  Moscow’s Terrorist Links
▪  Jihadism and Bolshevism
▪  Another Greek Tragedy
▪  Chaotic New Year
▪  Superpower Struggle Revisited
▪  Obama Running out of Time
▪  Energy Battles in the Balkans
▪  China Rises as Russia Falls
▪  Pan-Turkism Rising
▪  Communism’s Fading Memories
▪  Lessons of the Berlin Wall
▪  Dangers of Joint States
▪  Next Stage of Russia-Ukraine War
▪  Serbia vs. Albania
▪  Bosnia Cannot Afford Dayton
▪  Serbia is Not Yugoslavia
▪  Europe’s New Terrorist Threat
▪  Scottish Lessons
▪  China Benefits From Ostracized Russia
▪  Combating Armed Subversion
▪  European Union in Transition
▪  Putin or Progress?
▪  Christian Jihadism
▪  Obama’s Wars
▪  The Specter of Albanian Jihadism
▪  Testing NATO’s Responses
▪  Russia’s Rogue Regime
▪  Can Germany be Trusted?
▪  Time for New States
▪  EU Moving Eastward
▪  Unexpected Balkan Success Story
▪  Football Fanaticism
▪  NATO Needs Montenegro
▪  Putin is Not Milosevic
▪  Europe Turning Inwards
▪  Pursuit of Failed States
▪  Return of Fascism
▪  In Insufficient Balkan Agenda
▪  Obama’s Legacy
▪  The Shadow War
▪  Soft Power Running Out of Power
▪  Can Germany Lead Europe?
▪  Bosnian Model for Ukraine
▪  NATO’s Revived Mandate
▪  West-East Crisis Impacts Balkans
▪  Dangers for Wider Europe
▪  The Crimean Impact
▪  Ukraine Russia’s Future?
▪  Republika Srpska on the Offensive
▪  Ukrainian and Bosnian Contagion
▪  Russia’s Powder Keg
▪  West Fails Ukraine
▪  Sejdic-Finci Challenges Dayton
▪  Europe’s Future of Regions
▪  Year of Security Risks
▪  EU Decisions Stoke Instability
▪  Obama’s Non-Interventionism
▪  Greek-Macedonian Drama
▪  Ukraine’s Yugoslav Scenario
▪  Russia’s Ukrainian Triumph
▪  Combating Balkan Corruption
▪  Slovenia Crashes
▪  Turkey Encircled by Problems
▪  America Unprepared for Caucasus Turmoil
▪  EU Enlargement Agenda
▪  American Shutdown
▪  The Future of Trans-Atlanticism
▪  Return of the Balkan Union
▪  Germany’s European Challenge
▪  Russia’s New Western Supporters
▪  Long Balkan Engagements
  Moscow Threatens U.S. Over Syria
▪  Obama’s Syrian Intervention
▪  Merkel’s European Warning
▪  Dealing With a Neo-Imperial Russia
▪  America’s Terrorist Threat
▪   Olympic Genocide
▪   Mixed News for Balkan Energy Security
▪   Egyptian Dilemmas
▪   Snowden the False Hero
▪   Albania’s Crucial Elections
▪   Turkey Struggles for Identity
▪   The Failures of EU Members
▪   The Battle for Islam
▪   Europe’s Bailout Fatigue
▪   Russia Tests U.S. Resolve
▪   Europe’s Rising Xenophobia
▪   Is Eurozone Heading toward Depression?
▪   A Question of Genocide
▪   Counter-terrorism: American and Russian Style
▪   Vojvodina Showdown
▪   Nuclear Clock Ticking
▪   Kosova’s Unpredictable Agreement
▪   China Heading for Crisis
▪   Macedonia’s Deepening Internal Conflicts
▪   Germany’s Growing Anti-Europeanism
▪   Bosnia’s Islamist Bogeyman
▪   Southern Europe’s Escalating Turmoil
▪   Russian Cyprus
▪   Turkey’s Strategic Choice
▪   Secretary Kerry’s Tough Agenda
▪   Pan-Albanian Stirrings
▪   The Perils of State Building
▪   Muslim Unrest Spreading in Russia
▪   Questions About Obama’s New Administration
▪   What to Expect in 2013

Aktual (Zagreb, Croatia)

▪  Putin’s Next Offensive, Nov 2014
▪  Serbia’s Future in the Balance Aktual,15.10.2014
▪  NATO’s Existential Challenge Aktual, Sep 2014

Al Jazeera, Balkans

▪   Combating Russia’s Imperialism
▪   Europe-Eurasia Showdown
▪   What Lies Behind Russia’s Crackdown?
▪   Russian-American Intelligence Wars
▪   Eastern Balkan Conflicts
▪   Putin Fatigue
▪   The West’s Failure in Syria
▪   The Specter of Europhobia
▪   The Rise of European Anti-Islamism
▪   The Battle Over Missile Defense
▪   East European Turmoil Helps Moscow
▪   Secretary Kerry’s Strategy
▪   Albania’s Hot Election Season
▪   The EU’s Conditionality Weapon
▪   The Afghan Threat
▪   Will Britain Leave Europe?
▪   Europe’s Unemployment Crisis
▪   Russia’s Balkans

Ukrainian Week, Kyiv, Ukraine

▪  Western Role in Ukraine’s Turmoil
▪  Ukrainian Crisis
▪  EU-Russia Showdown
▪  EUResetting to a Cold Peace
▪  A New U.S. Strategy Toward Neo-Imperial Russia
▪   More Harm Than Good?
▪   Turkey Between West and Mid-East
▪   North Caucasus in Turmoil
▪   Russian-German Strategic Competition
▪   East European Turmoil Favors Moscow
▪   Obama’s Second-Term Agenda
▪   Russia’s Soft Power Wars

Among other outlets in Europe, Janusz Bugajski has also been a columnist for: Koha Ditore (Kosova), Tribuna Shqiptare (Kosova), Trud (Bulgaria), and Tabula (Georgia)