Vienna – ESI takes part in a workshop on threat of authoritarianism in Europe
ESI senior analyst Adnan Cerimagic took part in a workshop titled “How to deal with the threat of authoritarianism? Europe after the elections in Serbia and Hungary – and beyond.” The workshop was organised by the International Institute for Peace (IIP) in Vienna together with The Balkan Forum from Pristina and Vienna based Austrian Institute for International Affairs (oiip) and the Renner Institute. Adnan presented some of ESI’s research and analysis. Other participants included researchers from the Western Balkans, Hungary, Poland, and Austria.
- “Open EU Single Market to the Balkans”
- “Escaping the Hamster Wheel: For a reformed, merit-based EU accession process that offers a credible interim goal”
- “Abandon clichés about Bosnia: Push EU-related reforms instead of arbitrary conditions”
- “Start EU accession talks with North Macedonia: Keep your word. Strengthen reformers”
- “No partition: Why Kosovo and Serbia must not discuss territory”
- “Anti-Corruption Report for the West Balkans: Measure corruption in order to fight it”