Azerbaijan must dramatically diversify its economy in order for it to benefit from signing a DCFTA trade agreement with the European Union, according to this Center for Economic and Social Development paper.
More than 54 percent of Ukrainians say that gaining access to markets is the most important priority its foreign policy leaders should be focusing on, according to the results of an Institute for World Policy public-opinion poll.
Serbia need to achieve full harmonization with the best European practices in the area of justice, freedom and security by 2020, writes Belgrade Security for Security Policy analyst Bojan Elek.
Without reforms and the ability to convince the EU that they can have a sustainable approach to reform implementation, it will be difficult for Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine to even begin to engage the EU in dialogue on membership, according to this Institute of World Policy analysis.
Governments of the Eastern Partnership countries need to acknowledge that they must overhaul their governance systems, which pose an existential threat, according to this Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development paper.
Written by CPS-CEU Research Associate Stefano Piemontese, this article examines the politics of Roma ethnicity by giving a concise, yet comprehensive, overview of how recent Roma migrations from EU Member States to Spain can be understood and analyzed.
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.