EUropeanization Monitor

EUropeanization Monitor focuses on the economic and political affairs of Southeast European countries as they aspire towards EU integration. 

 

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  • Albania's 2013 national elections marked an important milestone of democratic maturity that will position the country for EU membership. Photo: Hektor Pustina/AP

    Albania: Elections should improve EU prospects

    Albania's 2013 national elections marked an important milestone of democratic maturity that will position the country for EU membership. Published 12:56 a.m. July 30, 2013 - Comments

     
  • After almost five years in government, the Democratic Party of Kosovo continues to lead in public opinion polls.

    Kosovo's mediocre political opposition

    After almost five years in government, the Democratic Party of Kosovo continues to lead in public opinion polls. Published 11:01 a.m. July 10, 2013 - Comments

     
  • During her visit to Belgrade this week, German chancellor Merkel will demand that Serbia becomes a stabilizing factor in the Balkans, especially by appeasing its relations with Kosovo, and abandoning plans to partition Kosovo along ethnic lines.

    Chancellor Merkel: addressing Serbia’s EU vs. Kosovo predicament

    During her visit to Belgrade this week, German chancellor Merkel will demand that Serbia becomes a stabilizing factor in the Balkans, especially by appeasing its relations with Kosovo, and abandoning plans to partition Kosovo along ethnic lines. Published 6:57 p.m. August 22, 2011 - Comments

     
  • Belgrade's plan to partition Kosovo along ethnic lines will have negative consequences on the majority of Kosovo Serbs. Without their northern cultural and educational hub, Serbs in central and southern Kosovo could chose to leave Kosovo altogether.

    Is Belgrade's political opportunism harming the Kosovo Serbs?

    Belgrade's plan to partition Kosovo along ethnic lines will have negative consequences on the majority of Kosovo Serbs. Without their northern cultural and educational hub, Serbs in central and southern Kosovo could chose to leave Kosovo altogether. Published 1:11 p.m. August 12, 2011 - Comments

     
  • The recent tensions in northern Kosovo represent a window of opportunity for the government of Kosovo and the international community.

    Kosovo on the offensive: Trade reciprocity and rule of law

    The recent tensions in northern Kosovo represent a window of opportunity for the government of Kosovo and the international community. Published 12:11 p.m. August 2, 2011 - Comments

     
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