Belgrade Centre for Security Policy researchers Katarina Djokic and Vladimir Erceg analyze the role of the Serbian Parliament in the oversight of those aspects of security institutions where the corruption risks are particularly prominent.
Written by four fellows at the Center for Policy Studies, this report provides detailed information and analysis on Official Development Assistance in Hungary and the respective roles of the civic and private sectors in both policy and practice.
Three members of the PASOS network of think tanks contributed data that was used in the newly released CSO Sustainability Index for Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia, an annual report published by United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
As the largest predominantly Orthodox and Slavic country in Central Europe not yet a member of the European Union, Serbia is an easy target for Russia’s soft power, according to this analysis by the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies.
This Center for Policy Studies paper introduces some of the main controversies educational administration policies in Hungary.
Opportunities for the organized civil society to influence EU decision-making via national positions
Prepared by three PASOS members, this study aims to analyze how well have the various EU member states managed to integrate their own civic society organizations into forming their national positions on EU legislative proposals and policy documents.
The Ukrainian government has managed to establish a framework for Russian humanitarian aid, but now must work to ensure that the terms are followed and to prevent provocations, according to an analysis in the International Centre for Policy Studies’ newest edition of Inside Ukraine.