The European Agenda on Migration kills more lives than it saves

Posted on 29. May 2015 by Nitin Sood On 13 May the European Commission (EC) released its anticipated European Agenda on Migration that was meant to solve the humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean and address the meagre integration policies implemented by EU member states, which have resulted in an increase of racism and social exclusion across Europe. Like many … Continue reading The European Agenda on Migration kills more lives than it saves

Back on the EU track – Bosnia and Herzegovina on the path towards becoming a candidate country

Posted on 30. March 2015 by Adnan Rahimic 16 March 2015 was one of the most important days in the history of the relationship between the EU and Bosnia and Herzegovina: the Council of the European Union adopted the official conclusion suggested by Federica Mogherini, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and … Continue reading Back on the EU track – Bosnia and Herzegovina on the path towards becoming a candidate country

An asymmetric challenge – what role for Europe in the Middle East?

Posted on 01. December 2014 by Zuzana Novakova Reflections on the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum With the “traditional” challenges of the Arab-Israeli conflict and the Iran-Saudi Arabia rivalry being further exacerbated by the Arab spring and the expansion of ISIS, the disarray in the Middle East can no longer be ignored. What role could and … Continue reading An asymmetric challenge – what role for Europe in the Middle East?

Croatia in the EU: The Flatline?

Posted on 23. October 2013 by Milan Balaban Finally, the Balkans is re-joining Europe. Recently, Croatia has officially become a part of EU. It is an interesting time for the Balkans. Many changes are about to ensue. What does that all mean for us? There are two main viewpoints from which I would like to take … Continue reading Croatia in the EU: The Flatline?

Europe and the Balkans… What is your perspective?

Posted on 19. June 2014 by Doru Toma Sarajevo is without any doubt the heart of the Balkans: cradle of religions, people and cultures, city under siege and the place where one hundred years ago the First World War started. In early June, Sarajevo hosted the European Youth Summit “100 for the Next 100 in the … Continue reading Europe and the Balkans… What is your perspective?