Between moderate progress and prolonged stagnation: The European Commission’s Reports on the Western Balkans

In the next entry of the Eastern Monitor series, our Marko Stojić deals with European Commission's reports on the Western Balkans and the potential candidate countries from the area.

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The Unfulfilled Promise of Kosovo Visa Liberalization

The latest edition of our Eastern Monitor series, authored by Jana Juzová, analyzes the state of the Visa liberalization of Kosovo.

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The Unfulfilled Promise of Kosovo Visa Liberalization

Nejnovější edice Eastern Monitoru, kterou sepsala Jana Juzová, se věnuje vízové liberalizaci Kosova.

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Chinese Influence in the Western Balkans: An Annual Review

Our Alexandr Lagazzi and Michal Vít, in a joint policy paper, present a year-long reflection on Chinese foreign policy and backdoor-deals diplomacy in the Western Balkans. Analysing the implementation of Chinese-backed investment projects in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, the paper suggests the impact of Chinese influence in the region.

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EWB Interview - Vit: If the EU prefers regatta principle, the Western Balkans is lost

Our Michal Vít in an interview for European Western Balkans explained what are the most crucial topics countries of Western Balkans have to address when thinking about joining the European Union

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The Western Balkan 6 Advocacy Group: The Balkans with a New Communication Strategy Towards the EU

Our Research Fellow Michal Vít joined the presentation of The Western Balkan 6 Advocacy Group (WB6 AG) strategy on December, 19.

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Western Balkans and the EU Enlargement Process: Main Challenges, Achievements and Expectations

Together with DG NEAR and Particip, we co-organise a panel discussion focused on the EU enlargement process in Western Balkans, its main achievements, challenges and expectations for the future.

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How to restore trust in the EU enlargement in the light of the contemporary challenges

Please accept our invitation to a public discussion focusing on the most important challenges and their implications to the process of the EU enlargement. The EU integration process is facing several significant internal and external challenges - ranging from the Greek debt crisis and the upcoming UK referendum on EU membership to the migration crisis and a resurgent Russia - that must be confronted amid a complex political and economic backdrop.

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