Local civil society groups in the Eastern Partnership countries need to work more close with international institutions that provide funding for civil society, according to a report by the EUROPEUM Institute for European Studies.
This analysis from the Institute for Democracy and Mediation reports on how political, administrative, and financial decentralization is gradually developing in Albania.
Hungary’s migration policy shows a strong preferences towards ethnic Hungarians who arrive from neighboring states, while it applies very strict conditions for the registration of third-country nationals from other states, according to this Center for Policy Studies report.
Seven members of the PASOS network contributed to this report on how civil society has contributed to European integration efforts in the Western Balkans.
A joint policy brief from Institut Alternativa, the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, this paper provides an overview of the current state of affairs when it comes to Montenegro’s capacities and institutional set-up for civilian peace operations.
This Expert-Grup study assesses the perspectives of alternative export markets for Moldovan products that were restricted in the Russian Federation, in order to contribute to the optimization of Moldova’s export geography and to reduce the medium-term risks.
This Institute of World Policy report documents how the global community is assisting Ukraine in its efforts to counter Russian military aggression in Crimea and eastern Ukraine.