31.08.2017
The Western Balkan Route: A New Form of Forced Migration Governance in Europe?

Central European countries in 2015 allowed refugees to pass through into the EU. Why did it stop & what is the situation now?

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24.08.2017
A Never-Ending Accession Process? Bosnia and Herzegovina and the EU

After 17 years the country’s attempt to join the EU is still beset by hurdles. It is crucial now to make a real effort.

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01.03.2016
Beyond Borders: Lessons From the Western Balkans

When we imagine a “green utopia”, an ideal world to live in, one thing is certain – that such a place is free of oppressive and restricting borders.

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23.04.2015
The Right Way is Forward: Democracy in Serbia

In Serbia, there is an increasing sense among many citizens that prior to democracy citizens life was better and people felt more secure. Apart from certain minimum standards such as holding elections, democracy in Serbia still has a long way to go. Now the question is, should we so easily give up on our hard-won freedom?

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02.03.2015
On the Way Towards Greater International Responsibility?

There is no shortage of material with which to criticise American policy. But what exactly is the aim of this criticism – decoupling from America, or the renewal of the West?

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