WEBINAR: Georgia’s Path to Membership and Political Developments in the Region

On March 26, 2024, Strategic Analysis organized the third online webinar this year with our Young Leaders' Programme members. The discussion focused on Georgia's path to EU membership and current political developments in the region. 

WEBINAR: Georgia’s Path to Membership and Political Developments in the Region2024-03-27T08:54:03+01:00

The European Court of Human Rights’core critique of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s electoral system: Kovačević Case

How does the European Court of Human Rights address the criticism of Bosnia and Herzegovina regarding its electoral system, with a particular focus on the Kovačević case

The European Court of Human Rights’core critique of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s electoral system: Kovačević Case2024-02-28T17:02:24+01:00

EU’s Western Balkans Growth Plan: A Path to Prosperity or a Road Full of Challenges?

On October 16, 2023, the European Union introduced a new growth plan for the Western Balkans, offering a pathway to deeper integration with the EU in exchange for substantial reforms.

EU’s Western Balkans Growth Plan: A Path to Prosperity or a Road Full of Challenges?2024-02-26T12:00:55+01:00

Analysis of political dynamics in the Western Balkans in the light of current geopolitical challenges – a new strategy for the Slovak Republic

The aim of the project is to prepare an expert analytical study that will serve as a political baseline for a new approach of the Slovak Republic to the region of Western Balkans and (selected countries of) the Eastern Partnership in the context of the new geopolitical challenges and EU enlargement.

Analysis of political dynamics in the Western Balkans in the light of current geopolitical challenges – a new strategy for the Slovak Republic2024-02-26T12:12:50+01:00

From Crisis to Convergence: A Strategy to Tackle Instability in the Balkans and its Source

Recognition of the Republic of Kosovo by the four NATO members that do not recognize Kosovo – Spain, Slovakia, Romania and Greece – would transform the moribund EU-led Dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, and the entire region, including Bosnia-Herzegovina.

From Crisis to Convergence: A Strategy to Tackle Instability in the Balkans and its Source2024-02-26T12:22:56+01:00

Non-Paper on post-2020 EaP Deliverables for the three EaP partners – Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine

The Strategic Analysis is joining the Institute for European Policies and Reforms (IPRE)-led Non-Paper on post-2020 EaP Deliverables for the three EaP partners – Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine.

Non-Paper on post-2020 EaP Deliverables for the three EaP partners – Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine2024-02-26T12:10:30+01:00