The inconclusive outcome of a day of high-level meetings of the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue in Brussels has made very public what has been clear for months: the German-French initiative has failed…
Peter Emerson’s latest book on alternatives to binary election systems is particularly relevant at a time of increasing social and political polarization.
The results of Slovakia’s parliament election on 30 September attracted a wave of dramatic headlines. With the new government now taking shape, is the outlook really that grim?
As facts about last weekend’s thwarted terrorist/paramilitary action in North Kosovo continue to come to light, one thing is clear- it is time for the West to commit to a policy overhaul in the region.
DPC breaks down the HJPC law amendment, and explains the impact.
Need a Dayton refresher? Watch the film Looking for Dayton….
The ruling by @ECHR_CEDH in the Kovačević v. #BiH case is, to repurpose a quote by then-VP Biden, a “big fucking deal”: it challenges central elements of the Dayton structure and business model of #Bosnia and Herzegovina politics.
DPC latest policy note explains why the issue of state property in BiH is once again high on the agenda, why it matters, and why this is entirely the wrong issue on which to seek quick and expedient transactional dealmaking.
Today, the EU’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell is hosting Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti and[…]