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?
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.
In advance of the US-convened 2nd Summit for Democracy, DPC’s latest policy paper assesses the damage wrought by an increasingly transactional and values-free Western policy, both to the region and US and EU credibility.
DPC Senior Associates Kurt Bassuener and Valery Perry participated in the Council of Europe’s World Forum[…]
Valery Perry participated in the conference, “The Role of Education in Overcoming the Legacy of the[…]
Valery Perry reflects on lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina for negotiators seeking options to end the war in Ukraine, warning of the risks of interim arrangements that can be effectively manipulated by spoilers and made permanent, setting the scene for intentionally sustained political conflicts.
Senior Associates Kurt Bassuener and Toby Vogel warn in an article for Foreign Affairs that the[…]
Valery Perry was a guest on the public radio show, Connections with Evan Dawson for a[…]
Looking for Dayton follows 3 average guys from Sarajevo as they traveled to Dayton, Ohio, New York City and Washington DC to understand the role of Dayton in shaping their country.