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OSW Studies | | Kamil Całus

Romania and Moldova have developed very strong ties, resulting mainly from many years of common history, language and cultural heritage.

OSW Report | | Tomasz Dąborowski, Jakub Groszkowski

Despite their initial interest in shale gas exploration, over the past year Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Romania have become increasingly sceptical about the development of unconventional gas resources. In January of this year…

OSW Studies | | Marta Szpala, Wojciech Stanisławski

A new form of 'transformational crisis' has been observed in Bosnia and Herzegovina since at least 2005. Politicians representing the three major ethno-political communities (Bosnians, Croats and Serbs) have successively been raising…

OSW Studies | | Marcin Kaczmarski, Wojciech Stanisławski, Adam Balcer

The question of Kosovo's status is currently one of the most important issues in international politics. Since 1999, Kosovo has been an international protectorate which was created in the aftermath of the NATO intervention to stop the…

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Foreword Ten years after the end of the armed conflict, the Western Balkans are still being considered as the "land of the unsuccessful policies". Enormous financial and technical assistance transferred by the International Community…

OSW Studies | | Stanisław Tekieli

European leaders promised the Western Balkan states during the EU summit in Thessaloniki in June 2003 that their future was within the united Europe, and that each of them could prospectively become an EU member.

OSW Studies | | Stanisław Tekieli

In June 2003, during a meeting held in Saloniki, the leaders of European Union member states turned to the presidents and heads of the governments of five Western Balkans nations – Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro…