The small Balkan state could get the green light for NATO entry within weeks, a step Moscow fiercely opposes.
New evidence and statements from the prosecution continue to point fingers in Russia's direction for an alleged coup attempt.
Now is the time for southeast Europe to start an inclusive and just transition away from lignite, argues new research.
Podgorica says ‘Russian nationalists’ masterminded an election day conspiracy aimed at removing the pro-Western prime minister.
Days after Montenegrin leader claims Serbs may have plotted against his government, weapons are found near Serbian prime minister’s home.
Djukanovic decides to leave in the midst of accusations that Moscow was involved in alleged election day coup attempt.
Opposition parties are trying to form a coalition to send long-serving PM Djukanovic into political retirement.
But in a race billed by some as East vs. West, prime minister’s party comes up short of a majority and must negotiate to form coalition.
New discovery marks a breakthrough in the understanding of ancient Illyrian civilization.
Montenegro pledges to halt the trade if evidence emerges of Saudi-bound weapons being diverted to Syrian militias.
The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.
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