The study of the impact one year after Moldova was granted visa-free status in the European Union shows that visa liberalisation does not represent a danger to the union, if the conditions set by the EU are followed, according to this analysis that was co-written by Leonid Litra of the Institute of World Policy.
Europe’s security infrastructure is failing, and a new soft security organization, an ‘OSCE BIS’, should be established, according to this analysis by Jan Piekło, director of the Polish-Ukrainian Cooperation Foundation.
The legal mechanisms available to the European Union that could be used to defend democratic principles in Hungary are ineffective without unity on the EU side and the political will to address the issue, according to this EUROPEAM Institute for European Policy analysis.
While the Czech government’s newly stated goal of becoming a leader in regional cybersecurity is laudable, this goal may too ambitious given the strong competition in the field, according to this Association for International Affairs briefing paper.
Sharing Experience of Visegrad Countries’ EU Economic Integration and Georgia’s Successful Institutional Reforms for Albania and Kosovo
Two PASOS-affiliated analysts contributed to this report on Albania’s and Kosovo’s EU integration efforts, and how they relate to the lessons learned in the Visegrad countries during their EU integration processes.
The purpose of this Centre for Democracy and Human Rights paper is to analyse trends in public perceptions of open government, notably of accountability and transparency of public institutions in Montenegro.
‘Vulnerability of Roma’ in Policy Discourse on Combatting Trafficking in Human Beings in Serbia: Perspectives of the National Policy Actors
This Center for Policy Studies paper presents the results of research on national anti-trafficking policy actors’ discourses on ‘vulnerability of Roma’ to trafficking in human beings in Serbia.