Die Amerikaner erleben ein Debakel nach dem Anderem.
Obwohl man viel in den Balkan investiert hat, wird wegen Miss Erfolg bei der total kriminellen Kaste, auch ein Abschied aus dem Balkan überlegt. Vor allem funktioniert trotz grosser Investionen keine Justiz bei den Albanern, wo eine rein kriminelle Kaste regiert.
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November 13, 2012
On November 13, the Atlantic Council’s Program on Transatlantic Relations hosted a public discussion on „US Policy toward the Balkans.“ The event featured Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Philip H. Gordon. The discussion was moderated by Frances G. Burwell, vice president and director of the Atlantic Council’s Program on Transatlantic Relations.
The United States has been a key player in the Balkans since negotiating the 1995 Dayton Accords. Just last week, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton traveled to the region to demonstrate continued US commitment to the Balkans’ future in the European and Euro-Atlantic community. Assistant Secretary Gordon accompanied Secretary Clinton on the trip and provided unique insights into the visit and the future of US policy towards the region.
Philip H. Gordon has served as assistant secretary since 2009. In this position he is responsible for fifty countries in Europe and Eurasia, as well as NATO, the EU, and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). Previously, Assistant Secretary Gordon served as a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC; as director of European affairs at the National Security Council under President Bill Clinton; and as a senior fellow at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London.
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Ndihmës sekretari amerikan i Shtetit për Evropën dhe Euroazinë Philip Gordon tha se megjithëse Shtetet e Bashkuara kanë sfida globale në gjithë botën, ato nuk e kanë ndalur kurrë interesin për Ballkanin More…