13 September 2018
Vienna – ESI at Kosovo-Serbia event
Former EP Vice President Ulrike Lunacek, ESI's Kristof Bender and Gerald Knaus, Stefan Lehne of Carnegie Europe. Photo: IWM
Former EP Vice President Ulrike Lunacek, ESI's Kristof Bender and Gerald Knaus, Stefan Lehne of Carnegie Europe. Photo: IWM

On 13 September 2018 ESI's Gerald Knaus and Kristof Bender participated at a round table on Kosovo-Serbia relations, organised in Vienna within the Institute for Human Sciences' (IWM) Europe's Futures project. Gerald was an introductory speaker to the first session on "Is Serbia-Kosovo issue 'sui generis'? European precedents" and Kristof to the second session on "Can Belgrade and Pristina actually come to an agreement? Most likely scenarios: Pax or Pandora". The seminar was conducted under Chatham House rules.

From left to right: former EU special envoy for Kosovo Wolfgang Petritsch, economist Vlado Gligorov, IWM senior fellow Ivan Vejvoda, Economist Balkan correspondet Tim Judah and Financial Times Hungary and Balkan correspondent Valerie Hopkins. Photo: IWM
From left to right: former EU special envoy for Kosovo Wolfgang Petritsch, economist Vlado Gligorov, IWM senior fellow Ivan Vejvoda, Economist Balkan correspondet Tim Judah and Financial Times Hungary and Balkan correspondent Valerie Hopkins. Photo: IWM
Photo: IWM
Photo: IWM
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