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Montenegro’s Djukanovic Plays the EU Game


As a former president and prime minister, Montenegro’s Milo Djukanovic knows when to stand up and when to duck. The embattled politician recently resigned as prime minister to help facilitate Montenegro’s European Union chances. What he didn’t do was surrender power, which he has jealously guarded for 20 years. He’s betting that a series of carefully orchestrated domestic moves will help his country look better as the EU comes to a decision.

As a former president and prime minister, Montenegro’s Milo Djukanovic knows when to stand up and when to duck. The embattled politician recently resigned as prime minister to help facilitate Montenegro’s European Union chances. What he didn’t do was surrender power, which he has jealously guarded for 20 years. He’s betting that a series of carefully orchestrated domestic moves will help his country look better as the EU comes to a decision.

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