or see an executive summary of the briefing paper.
Western Balkans at the Crossroads: Which Road Should the EU take?
Russia Still Has Cards to Play in North Macedonia
Bears around us: Important figures for the security impact of Russia in the Balkans
Western Balkans at the
Crossroads: Assessing the Influence of External Actors (April 26, 2019, MFA, Prague)
Europe Must Speak with One Voice on North Macedonia
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Foreign investors came with political goals
Strains Emerge in North Macedonia’s Alliance With Turkey
Briefing Paper V:
Media and Elections
Briefing Paper IV:
Culture and Religion
China’s Serbian Proxy Highlights How Beijing Captures Elites
Balkans Should Beware of Putin’s Night-Time Bikers
Pro-Russian media in Montenegro after joining NATO
Much-loved Soaps Polish Turkey’s Image in Balkans
Chinese Coal Investments Raise Concerns about EU Environmental Standards
Failed Privatisation is to Blame for Bosnians’ Exodus
Controversial Chinese motorway the largest Montenegrin project since independence
The Bear never sleeps: The Position of the Serbian-Russian Humanitarian Centre in Niš
Serbian Guns Have Consequences for Balkans and Beyond
China in the Balkans: Neutral business partner or a foreign power?
China Shopping Spree Belgrade Way
Brussels’ Balkan Policy Resembles Bad Version of Eurovision
Turkish Aid Pays Dividends for Erdogan in Bosnia
Chinese Economic Influence in the Balkans: How can the EU Offset increased Chinese Investment in Serbia?
EU Accession Will Challenge North Macedonia’s China Deals
Briefing Paper VI:
Extremism and radicalism
TurkStream Tightens Kremlin’s Grip Over Balkan Energy