The history of EU-Ukraine relations is a tale of missed opportunities, paradoxes, and misunderstandings, according to this analysis written for the Cicero Foundation by Jan Pieklo, director of Polish-Ukrainian Cooperation Foundation.
Two PASOS members have contributed reports for the latest edition of the Journal of Mediterranean and Balkan Intelligence.
The purpose of this paper, written by analyst Nikola Karasová of the Association for International Affairs, is to open discussion about how the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum could help its Russian members overcome the legal discrimination they face in their country.
This Institute of Public Affairs report presents an analysis of the European Endowment for Democracy a year after it was created, looking at the expectations of donors and beneficiaries.
This Forum 2015 paper aims to summarize key elements, based on universal principles and practices, for analysing the accountability of the civil society sector in Kosovo.
From benefits to brooms: Case study reports on the implementation of active labour market policies for Roma at local level
Edited by Vera Messing, a research fellow with CPS-CEU, this paper summarises research conducted in five European countries on access to employment for Roma with low levels of education, and policies supporting their inclusion in the labour market.
Weak institutions, pandemic corruption and non-transparency make Ukraine vulnerable to internal and external threats, polarizes society and generates crisis situations, according to a new Institute of World Policy brief.