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This profile was last updated on 7/6/06  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Vladan Zivulovic

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Employment History

  • President
    The Atlantic Council of Serbia
  • Head
    The Atlantic Council of Serbia
  • Head
    Atlantic Council
  • President
    Atlantic Council
  • President of Atlantic Council
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Web References
Serbia Hopes Mladic Plan Will Impress Brussels, 6 July 2006 [cached]
Vladan Zivulovic, head of the Atlantic Council of Serbia, told Balkan Insight that the regular army was also "full of cadres from Bosnia" who were "turned to Mladic as much as possible".
"They will definitely protect him, voluntarily or not.He has also the support of his fellow-countrymen in the military security agency.One can hardly expect any favours from them," added Zivulovic.
The Fund for Peace - Photo Essay: TRUST Workshop - Belgrade, Serbia, 10-11 April 2005, 11 April 2005 [cached]
L to R: Vladan Zivulovic, President, The Atlantic Council of Serbia and Montenegro; Richard Winfield; Anne C. Bader, Executive Vice President, The Fund for Peace; Mark Gaillard, First Secretary and Deputy Political Advisor, Canadian Joint Delegation to NATO
Vladan Zivulovic, head of ..., 15 Aug 2007 [cached]
Vladan Zivulovic, head of the Atlantic Council in Serbia, said one wing of Kostunica's party openly opposes Euro-Atlantic integration.
The Fund for Peace - TRUST, 1 May 2005 [cached]
Fund for Peace Executive Vice President Anne Bader chaired the event, along with Atlantic Council President Vladan Zivulovic.
President of Serbia's Atlantic ..., 7 April 2009 [cached]
President of Serbia's Atlantic Council, Vladan Zivulovic, says that those in Serbia who argue for Serbia's military neutrality are, in fact, creating a "black hole" in the region.
"Albania passed us. If Serbia decides to join NATO, Albania can now put a veto and condition us to recognize Kosovo," says Zivulovic.
As new members of NATO, Albania is also in a position to send its own troops to Kosovo under auspices of peacekeeping. Analysts argue that this would represent a "Silent" annexation of Serbian land.
"Now we have 40,000 soldiers, but analysis says that we need twice as many to keep our neutrality... and no help will come to us from Russia because between us and Russia are several neutral or NATO members," says Zivulovic.
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