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European Commission:

Key findings of the 2015 EU report on Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Commission concluded that Bosnia and Herzegovina is back on the reform track and has started to address the outstanding priorities on its EU accession path as demonstrated through the adoption...
Initiative for Monitoring the European Integration of BiH:

Alternative progress Report 2015: Political Criteria

The report is a joint effort of dozens of individuals and organizations, whose common goal was to present the current state of the integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina from the perspective of civil rights organizations...
Centre for Security Studies:

Corruption risk assessment in the security sector of BiH

The security sector, due to its specific features related to secrecy and weaker oversight and control, compared to other social sectors, often provides a very fertile ground for manipulation, while weakening the principles of transparency and accountability and the basic democratic...
F. Mogherini - M. Šefčovic - J. Hahn:

Towards a common future for Western Balkans and the EU

Yesterday, the Government of Austria hosted the leaders of the Western Balkans in a high-level meeting in support of the European Union perspective for this region. Together with leaders from Germany, France, Italy, Slovenia and Croatia, we as representatives of the EU attended...
Edward Ferguson:

Republika Srpska. It's here to stay. So can we move on now?

During my first year here, I have been struck by just how much political energy in the RS is spent on worrying about imagined threats to its continued existence. Political speeches have little to say about the really serious problems facing ordinary people in Republika Srpska, and across BiH...
Valentin Inzko:

Op-ed by the High Reprensetative on the 20th Anniversary of the Dayton Peace Agreement

It is difficult to avoid the impression that the political class has lost all contact with the problems ordinary people face. This disconnect is reflected the political...

Prof R. Bruce Hitchner:

Dodik's referendum: Be careful What You Wish For

Referenda are blunt, inappropriate, and potentially destabilizing instruments for affecting constitutional change in parliamentary democracies. In calling for a referendum, political leaders who have thrived on Dayton should be careful...

Toby Vogel:

The EU needs to confront Dodik

Dodik has sought confrontation with the international community because he thrives on confrontation. Some diplomats believe that by pushing back, the international community is giving Dodik what he wants. But by not pushing back, it would allow him to claim victory - and pave the way for yet another confrontation...
F. de Borja Lasheras & Vessela Tcherneva:

Is the EU losing the Western Balkans? What local experts think

Overall, there is a sense that Europe needs to re-establish itself with regards to the Western Balkans and that, in the face of these challenges, more of the same will not suffice. The different strategic processes...
© 2016 SOS Social Overview Service
  • Key findings of the 2015 EU report on Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Alternative progress Report 2015: Political Criteria
  • Corruption risk assessment in the security sector of BiH
  • Towards a common future for Western Balkans and the EU
  • Republika Srpska. It's here to stay. So can we move on now?
  • Op-ed by the High Reprensetative of the Dayton Peace Agreement
  • Dodik's referendum: Be careful What You Wish For
  • The EU needs to confront Dodik
  • Is the EU losing the Western Balkans? What local experts think
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Florian Bieber:

Small step sand (not so) great expectations. Notes from the Vienna Summit

The Vienna summit could not address the creeping authoritarianism in the region, but when Gruevski scored two goals in the football game of politicians from the Western Balkans against the EU...
OPEN LETTER - 2015