NATO incorporates Montenegro, escalating anti-Russian front in Balkans

By Thomas Gaist, 4 December 2015

In announcing Montenegro's accession Wednesday, the US and German-dominated alliance is opening a new front in their campaign against Moscow.

Official opposition protests Montenegro presidential election result

By Ognjen Markovic, 24 April 2013

Both candidates in the recent presidential election in Montenegro support the austerity policies of the European Union.

Escalating protests in Montenegro

By Ognjen Markovic, 24 March 2012

A large demonstration against declining living standards and corruption took place in the Montenegrin capital of Podgorica on March 18.

Montenegrin unions agree to pay and job cuts

By Ognjen Markovic, 26 January 2012

Unions in Montenegro have agreed to a cut in the number of public employees, pay reductions and a three-year ban on strikes.

Hunger strikes spread in Montenegro

By Ante Dotto, 27 July 2011

Since the beginning of the year many people have gone on hunger strikes throughout Montenegro, the smallest of the states emerging after the breakup of Yugoslavia, with a population of around 620,000.

Montenegro: Five years after independence

By Ante Dotto, 28 June 2011

Five years after nominal independence, the social and political situation in Montenegro belies the claim that the break-up of Yugoslavia into “independent” states represented anything progressive.