by Alida Vracic - 09th May, 2018
The EU should do more to promote circular migration as part of their ongoing pursuit of European integration.
Hungary in the EU: From front runner to veto player (Commentary)
Josef Janning - 04 April 2018
A convincing victory for Victor Orban will reinforce the Hungarian veto role in the EU. However, the country has only marginal influence beyond its neighbourhood on EU policies.
The EU as seen from Serbia (Commentary)
Prof.dr Tanja Miscevic - 14 March 2018
The EU has taken steps to protect itself from the risks of expansion, but must not lose sight of the value that countries like Serbia can add to the European project.
Balkans: On track for EU membership or stagnation? (Commentary)
Carl Bildt - 15 February 2018
Three sets of challenges will have to be overcome if any of the candidate countries are to become EU members in 2025.
Kosovo: The need for dialogue (Commentary)
Robert Cooper - 15 February 2018
The 10th anniversary of independence is a good moment for Kosovo to look forward and ask what sort of state it wants to be.
Overseeing Kosovo's conditional independence (Commentary)
Pieter Feith - 09 February 2018
The lesson of Kosovo's transition to independence is the value of the ‘ICO model’; a timebound mandate and a commitment to local ownership, transparency and respect.
Why Ukraine should become a Balkan country (Commentary)
Günther Fehlinger and Andreas Umland - 29 January 2018
Ukrainian politicians, diplomats, journalists and intellectuals should start paying more attention to how the countries of South-Eastern Europe (SEE) are currently preparing for their entry into the European Union. Kyiv can accelerate its own European integration by entering a number of SEE cooperation formats specifically designed to prepare the Western Balkan states for their future EU membership.
by Francisco de Borja Lasheras, with Vessela Tcherneva and Fredrik Wesslau - 21st March, 2016
by Dimitar Bechev - 30th August, 2012
What next for EU enlargement?