The European Union should strengthen the institutional and professional capacity of the most active non-governmental organizations that contribute to reforms in Ukraine, according to this Institute for World Policy analysis.
The government of Kosovo should propose soft law approaches that promote and incentivize voluntary compliance with corporate governance principles by businesses in general as a complement to current legal provisions, according to this Riinvest Institute study.
The majority of Poles and the inhabitants of the Baltic states believe that Russia represents a military threat to their countries, although there are big differences among respondents from individual states, according to the results of an Institute of Public Affairs survey.
Foreign policy trend-setters in the Visegrad 4 countries say that the V4 should primarily focus on energy, Eastern policy, migration, energy security, and security, according to the results of an Association for International Affairs survey.
This Belgrade Centre for Security brief analyses the existing institutional and procedural landscape for exchange of operational information and police cooperation between Serbia and Kosovo.
The EU needs to expand the mandate of its Advisory Mission for Civilian Security Sector Reform to allow it to run projects, training, joint implementations based on the mission’s advice, monitoring functions, and provision of possible material and technical assistance, according to this Institute for World Policy brief.
NATO members should ensure that gender training is an integral part of military basic training, and not limited to pre-deployment training, according to this report which includes the director of the Belgrade Security Centre for Security Policy as one of its authors.