Why NATO should double-down on Georgian membership

By |julij 9th, 2018|accession, common defence, defence, Defence Union, Georgia, Nato, News, Russia, security and defence cooperation, Western Balkans|

When NATO leaders meet in Brussels this week they should have Georgia on their minds, write Amanda Paul and Ana Andguladze.

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Albania and Macedonia – a ray of hope and a warning for Balkans

By |junij 28th, 2018|accession, accession talks, Albania, enlargement, Macedonia, name dispute, News, Western Balkans|

Everyone was taken by surprise on Tuesday (26 June) when EU ministers agreed to set out a path for opening accession talks with Albania and Macedonia in June 2019. Many were doubtful this would be agreed, at a time when the EU is facing difficult challenges, write Adnan Ćerimagić and Zoran Nechev.

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Is two too little or just right for Serbia?

By |junij 28th, 2018|accession, enlargement, EU-Serbia relations, Kosovo, News, Serbia|

Earlier this week, Serbia opened two more chapters in its EU accession talks. It also received another clear message that progress on the rule of law and the normalisation of relations with Kosovo were crucial for the pace of its advance towards member...

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Gabriel: Turkey will never be EU member under Erdogan

By |avgust 25th, 2017|accession, Democracy, enlargement, Germany, News, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Sigmar Gabriel, Turkey|

Turkey will never be a member of the European Union as long as it is governed by Tayyip Erdoğan, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Thursday (24 August), accusing the Turkish president of failing to take accession talks with the bloc seriously.

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Serbia to limit sale of agricultural land to foreigners

By |julij 13th, 2017|accession, agriculture, Branislav Nedimović, Enlargment, News, Phil Hogan, SAA, Serbia|

The Serbian Ministry of Agriculture is planning to unveil draft amendments and supplements to the Law on Agricultural Land with the aim of limiting the sale of such land to foreigners before 1 September, when the market is to be liberalised. EURACTIV.r...

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Serbia unnerved by Albanian threat of union with Kosovo

By |april 20th, 2017|accession, Albania, Bosnia, Edi Rama, enlargement, Federica Mogherini, Hashim Thaçi, Isa Mustafa, Ivica Dacic, Kfor, Kosovo, Nato, News, Republika Srpska, Serbia|

A statement about a potential union between Albania and Kosovo, by Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, has angered officials in Belgrade, who have asked Brussels to take a stand on the issue. EURACTIV Serbia reports.

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Serbian confidence in accession process declining

By |marec 9th, 2017|accession, integration, Kosovo, News, Russia, Serbia|

Support for EU accession among Serbians is falling, and it may be a result of a loss of confidence in the chances of being admitted, a recent poll by the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP) shows. EURACTIV Serbia reports.

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