Balkans Group’s new policy analysis Kosovo’s ProgressBAR in 2022: An 8-dimensional assessment of key policy areas, evaluates Kosovo’s development in critical policy areas. It highlights progress in the rule of law, democratic principles, energy, and international cooperation, along with efforts toward economic reforms. However, significant challenges remain in economic development, poverty reduction, education alignment with […]
Balkans Group’s new policy brief Green & Digital: Where Does Kosovo Stand? discusses Kosovo’s efforts to embrace the “twin transition” of green and digital transformations. The brief suggests aligning with EU standards, establishing legislative frameworks, and synergizing green and digital transitions. The EU’s Green Deal and Digital Agenda initiatives set an example. Kosovo’s strategies target […]
Balkans Group’s new policy brief Kosovo in the Face of Cyber-security Threats: Critical Actions to Consolidate Resilience discusses the cyber-security challenges faced by Kosovo, particularly in relation to malicious cyber-attacks and their impact on various aspects of the country’s digital infrastructure and services. It highlights the vulnerability of underdeveloped digitalisation and the need for technical, […]
Balkans Group’s new policy report, Kosovo and the Council of Europe: The Accession Roadmap outlines Kosovo’s path toward CoE, including the criteria for membership, the procedural steps, and potential challenges. It provides an overview of constitutional guarantees, Kosovo’s progress in implementing them, and possible requirements before or after CoE accession. The decision to invite Kosovo is a political […]
Balkans Group’s new policy report Kosovo: Unlocking its Euro-Atlantic Path The EU, Dialogue on Normalisation of Relations with Serbia, and the Prospects for Recognition by Five European Non-Recognisers, analyses the views of 5 European non-recognisers and the role of the EU according to the Franco-German plan.
Balkan Group’s new report Health in Kosovo: Emigration of doctors and health workers, provides statistics and recommendations on how the country’s institutions should act to ensure efficient management of migration trends and prevent the departure of the workforce in the health sector.
Balkans Group’s new policy report Kosovo’s ProgressBAR in 2021: An 8-dimensional assessment of key policy areas, assesses Kosovo’s advancement in critical policy areas. Through a monitoring instrument consisting of 8 dimensions: Rule of Law, Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, Democratisation, Economy, Sustainable Development, Education, Health and Good Neighbourly Relations, we aim to better measure Kosovo’s progress […]
Balkans Group’s new policy report – The Relaunch of the Berlin Process for the Western Balkans: Making its Objectives more Ambitious, provides a comprehensive analysis of the Berlin process. Building on its successes and drawbacks the analyses seek to establish a new blueprint for the renewed Berlin Process and its agendas. The upcoming November Summit should revisit […]
Balkans Group’s new policy report Visa regime for Kosovo: Will the EU end this long suffering? offers detailed analysis and information about the process of visa liberalisation for Kosovo and argues that the EU’s delays in approving it are completely unjustifiable.
Balkans Group’s new policy report Kosovo Security Council: Reforming the Secretariat or creating a Security Agency, provides analyses of the problems that accompany its operation and also recommends legal and structural changes that would improve the work and operation of the KSK.