Newest publication “Western Balkans at the Crossroads: Assessing Influences of Non-Western External Actors” published
The final publication called “Western Balkans at the Crossroads: Assessing Influences of Non-Western External Actors” is published!
The project has sought to identify, analyze and publicize Russian, Chinese, Turkish, and Gulf State and Iranian influence activities and engagements in the five post-Yugoslav and non-EU member countries: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Kosovo. The paper has presented its findings and recommendations to local and international experts, civil society, the media, and the public through six thematic briefs, a series of blog posts and case study articles, and at the concluding conference held in April 2019 in Prague. This publication concisely presents the major project’s findings and observations.
CENS researcher, Hana Semanic, has covered Montenegro in this study. For more information about the project and team, you can find here: https://www.balkancrossroads.com/.
Full publication is downloadable here.