Unpacking Political dynamics in the Serbian Community in Kosovo
Read about the complex political landscape and challenges faced by the Serbian community in Kosovo, highlighting the issues of political instrumentalization and marginalization of the Serbian community at the hands of political elites in Serbia and other interrelated issues.
By Shpat Balaj July 31, 2023
The disappointment towards the West nurtures anti-democratic sentiments in North Macedonia
Montenegro's path towards the EU membership and the foreign inlfuences are linked to the cyclical nature of the countires' social and political processes.
By Vlora Rechica, June 19, 2023
What’s the story? The December Glory of the Western Balkans forthe EU-Western Balkans Summit
The European Union-Western Balkan Summit that took place on December 6, 2022, in Tirana represented a significant milestone for the Balkan Region. Read about the outcomes of the summit and its effect on the region.
By Klodiana Beshku, December 30, 2022
Geopolitical Strife Fuels Dangerous Parallel Crises in Balkans
With the West distracted by Ukraine and Russia
in turmoil, parallel crises in Bosnia and Kosovo risk spiraling violently out of control. The latest actions taken by Bosnian Serb leadership have further fueled the already frail situation.
By Srećko Latal, July 3, 2023
Serbia, between growing aspirations and realistic limitations of the policy of a small state
Since the mid-2000s, Serbia has strived to position itself as the leading actor in the Western Balkans. To a large extent, regardless of its international reputation, Belgrade tried to imitate the foreign policy of socialist Yugoslavia, based on the balancing of power between East and West..
By Vladimir Vučković, June 18, 2023
Erdoğan's influence in Croatia: A warning sign for the EU
Recent developments in Croatia have indicated a growing Turkish impact in the region, posing a significant threat to the European Union's efforts to expand its influence in Southeastern Europe. Turkey's Neo-Ottoman foreign policy, under President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has focused on the Western Balkans, including Croatia, as a primary area of interest.
By Višeslav Raos, June 20, 2023
A Year in Retrospect: : What does the Russian invasion of Ukraine mean for Montenegro?
Montenegro's path towards the EU membership and the foreign inlfuences are linked to the cyclical nature of the countires' social and political processes. This has ben affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In what ways and to what extent?
By Nemanja Stankov, May 18, 2023