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The purpose of this book is to examine and explore how economic sanctions can be used as a successful instrument to influence countries. The analysis of the application of sanctions against Serbia-Montenegro (1992-1995) will be particularly effective in addressing the two primary questions of this book: first, did economic sanctions influence the behaviour of the Serbian government by stopping the war in Bosnia, and secondly if they did, in which ways were they able to modify Serbian conduct? This book will advance two main arguments. First, economic sanctions influenced Serbian authorities, not for their economic impact or political pressure on the population, but because the international community was able to send a strong message of disagreement to Belgrade for its behaviour. Second, this was possible because, using sanctions, the international coalition was able to send clear signals about its future intentions. The coalition convinced Serbia that it would continue to impose sanctions until they were successful.
Smoking of tobacco is the oldest, most widespread and socially most acceptable bad habit of people, with explanation that it is "cheap and legal drug" The Survey on the use of tobacco products among students in health profession disciplines (Global Health Professions Student Survey - GHPSS) was done with the aim to determine the smoking status and cessation in this very important population group in terms of the impact on the attitude of people who use their services. Data survey on the prevalence of smoking among students of Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmacy and the Faculty of Applied Physiotherapy and Medical high school for nurses in Montenegro has enabled us to understand the epidemiology of tobacco use (the highest risk factor for premature death), tobacco addiction, methods of smoking cessation and to highlight the importance of health care providers in the prevention of smoking of health services users.
The Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Bosnia and Herzegovina v. Serbia and Montenegro), case 91, International Court of Justice (ICJ) Judgement returned on 26 February 2007.The case before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the United Nations's highest judicial body, which exclusively hears disputes between states, related to Serbia's alleged attempts to wipe out the Bosnian Muslim population of Bosnia. It was filed by Dr. Francis Boyle, an adviser to Alija Izetbegovi during the Bosnian War. The case was heard in the ICJ court in The Hague, Netherlands, and ended on 9 May 2006.
The Montenegrin independence referendum was a refe rendum on the independence of the Republic of Montenegro from the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro that was held on 21 May 2006. The total turnout of the referendum was 86.5%. 55.5 percent voted in favour and 44.5 were against breaking the state union with Serbia. Fifty-five percent of affirmative votes were needed to dissolve the state union of Serbia and Montenegro, an option favored by the coalition government (DPS and SDP). By 23 May, preliminary referendum results were recognized by all five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, indicating widespread international recognition of Montenegro once independence would be formally declared. Montenegro's referendum commission on Wednesday 31 May, officially confirmed the results of the independence referendum, verifying that 55.5% of the population of Montenegrin voters had voted in favor of independence. Because voters met the controversial threshold requirement of 55% approval set by the EU, the referendum was incorporated into a declaration of independence during a special parliamentary session on 31 May.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Vusanje or Vuthaj is a small town in the municipality of Plav, Montenegro, located south-west of Plav city. Historically it was part of Albania. According to the 2003 census it had a population of 866. There is a notable waterfall in the area.Isa Qosja, the Albanian film director was born in Vuthaj in 1947 as was his older brother Rexhep Qosja (born 1936), the writer and literary critic.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.Zagradje is a small municipality in south Montenegro and is close to the town of Sutomore. It is renowned for its air quality and beaches. The village itself is on a hill to the west of Sutomore. A small single-track road leads up the hill. The mean house height in the area is around 100m and the highest house on the eastern slope of the hill is 184m above sea level (GPS data). The population of the village is not fixed. In the winter, it can be as low as 5 (five), but in the summer (as it is a tourist location with many weekend-homes) its population can go up to 2000. As such, it is very quiet in the winter and over-populated in the summer.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A series of massacres of Albanians in the Balkan Wars were committed by the Serbian and Montenegrin Army, according to international reports. During the First Balkan War of 1912-13, Serbia and Montenegro after expelling the Ottoman forces in present-day Albania and Kosovo committed numerous war crimes against the Albanian population, which were reported by the European, American and Serbian opposition press.