Month: February 2018

Compiled by Eva Jovanova and Hristo Voynov   1. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic met with his Croatian counterpart Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic in Croatia this Monday. The visit lasted for two days and it was the first official meeting between the Serbian ...

Taking the helm of the Council of the European Union (EU) presidency on January 1st, the Bulgarian government spelled out four priorities for its six-month term: the future of Europe and young people; improving relations with the Western Balkans; the ...

Compiled by Eva Jovanova and Hristo Voynov   1. The European Commission published the long-awaited Enlargement Strategy for the Western Balkans this Tuesday. With this document, the Commission clearly points out that EU’s door remains open and its conditional on ...

Compiled by Eva Jovanova and Hristo Voynov   1. With the exception of Romania, Croatia and Slovenia, all Balkan countries scored low on the Rule of Law Index published by the World Justice Project. The index measures countries’ rule of ...