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DPC’s latest blog explains why the deal that HiRep Schmidt is considering imposing is bad in terms of substance and process, will have implications beyond BiH, and is another sign of the reduction in democratic self-confidence in the EU and US.
DPC’s mission is to press established and emerging democracies and transnational and international institutions to pursue policies based on liberal democratic values and principles within the scope of their international engagements and commitments. Through its research, analysis, advocacy and public engagement, DPC seeks to draw the attention of policymakers, legislators and civil society to encroachments on freedoms within the democratic framework.
Valery Perry discusses conflict resolution, extremisms and work in the Western Balkans with Shabnam Ahmed. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript here.
Valery Perry joins Aida Hozić and Tanja Topić to speak with Peter Korchnak about the legacy of Dayton 26 years later. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript.
Valery Perry joins Samir Beharić and Téa Hadžiristić to talk with Peter Korchnak about the policy of divided and segregated education in BiH; listen to the podcast or read the transcript.
In this open letter, catalyzed by the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia in cooperation with DPC and other organizations and individuals throughout the region, over 250 signatories call on EU, US and NATO representatives and their governments to confront the deterrence failure that has created an environment in[…]
DPC Senior Associate Valery Perry will participate in a panel entitled, “”Whose security? Divisions in Europe on Threats and Security Responses.” For more on this year’s Forum click here.
Valery Perry’s edited volume, Extremism and Violent Extremism in Serbia. 21st Century Manifestations of a Historical Challenge, was reviewed by Srđan Mladenov Jovanović in the latest edition of Südosteuropa. Read the review here.