This week’s visit to Sarajevo by “Team Europe” must be considered in the context of the anti-reform agendas on display in the recent BiH ruling state coalition meeting in Laktasi.
DPC’s Valery Perry was a guest on the @WXXINews radio show/podcast Connections with Evan Dawson to talk about the threat that corruption presents to democracy in the US, but also around the world.
As 2024 begins to unfold, DPC will be keeping its eye on a number of issues that will have an impact on the quality of the democratic world and in particular on the trans-Atlantic space.
Yesterday’s snap elections in Serbia (for national parliament and Belgrade city council) mirror, like no elections since October 5, 2000, the state of “democracy” in Serbia and the role and responsibility of the West in enabling this decline.
The recent EU Council decision to begin accession negotiations with Ukraine and Moldova could further highlight the deficit of political will in the Western Balkans for an EU future.
On November 21, 1995 the Dayton Peace Agreement was initialed. Citizens are still awaiting a social contract…….
BiH is on the agenda at the UNSC today, and with it the issue of the renewal and strength of EUFOR……
A recent statement by the US Ambassador to BiH will be met with much agreement; however it needs to be accompanied by a policy shift in line with the rhetoric.
President von der Leyen missed an opportunity to catalyze a new social contract for BiH.