Policy Articles and Op-eds

“Do women speak with a different voice in Kosovo’s politics?”

Loresa Statovci, Winner of the Essay Competition Imagine living in a country in Southeastern Europe, with an estimated population of 1.8 million people. This is a developing, post-conflict country...

“The best (wo)man for the job”

“The aim of having more women in politics does not mean fewer men in politics, but having a society that is more equal to all.” Artmir Ibra, Winner of...

“The role of women in representing the citizens of the Republic of Kosovo”

Ndriqim Imeri, Winner of the Essay Competition When one’s writes on the role and influences that women representing Kosovo people have, it’s impossible to miss the historical perspective. Unfortunately,...

Southeast Europe Covid-19 Bulletin No 4: Pandemic Politics

In this 4th and final Bulletin before the summer, we focus on the latest developments with regard to the Covid-19 pandemic in the region, and the impact it has...

Southeast Europe – COVID-19 Bulletin No 3 – International chessboard

Back to normal? In this third bulletin, we provide an update on the latest developments on the rates of infection and mortality arising out of the pandemic in the...

Southeast Europe – COVID-19 Bulletin No 2 – Exit Strategies and Economic Recovery

Ready to end the lockdown? In this second CEPS COVID-19 bulletin, we review the latest data on the Covid–19 pandemic in the Western Balkans and Turkey, the general easing...

Southeast Europe – COVID-19 Bulletin No. 1 – Domestic Medical Situation and Social Responses

While the European Union has become the epicentre of the global Covid-19 crisis, the countries of the Western Balkans – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and...

Kosovo: Crisis Uninterrupted

Kosovo’s government of hope fell apart in the middle of the Covid-19 crisis. Elections or an LDK-led government will not resolve Kosovo’s growing challenges. The crisis will continue for...