Kosovar legislators charged with ensuring that proposed national laws are in harmony with European Union law must be given more support in order to achieve their mission, according to a Kosovar Civil Society Foundation policy brief.
Internal Market and the EU-Russia Sanctions: Examination of Practice in Visegrád Countries One Year On
The Visegrad Four countries should gradually limit market intervention and halt promotional campaigns based on nationalism to better cope with the impact of Russian sanctions against agricultural products produced in the European Union, according to this Association for International Affairs analysis.
Although there is evidently greater awareness and ownership of the Open Government Initiative by civil society, a common understanding of what to make of the Open Government Partnership in Macedonia is still missing, according to this Centre for Research and Policymaking paper.
Current trends in trade, labor, and capital flows between Belarus and other EEU countries show that the potential benefits for Belarus from EEU membership do not trigger economic growth, but rather sustain structural problems in the Belarusian economy, according to this CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research analysis.
The American-Russian compromise on Iran is perceived as an element of a broader geopolitical agreement between the parties, including the issue of Ukraine, according to an International Centre for Policy Studies analysis.
Research paper on Understanding Public Knowledge and Attitudes towards Trafficking in Human Beings – Part 2
This Center for Policy Studies publication explores how survey respondents answered a series of agree/disagree statements in relation to various issues associated with trafficking in human beings.
While religious radicalization in Albania is in its early phase, lack of attention and inclusion in addressing ‘push’ or enabling factors may serve to aggravate the phenomenon, according to this Institute for Democracy and Mediation study.