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  • What have we learned from the COVID-19 crisis in terms of Sino-Serbian relations?

    In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Serbian and international expert community has become alarmed by Serbia’s overwhelming emphasis on China in its fight against the virus. Coupled with a statement proclaiming the end of European solidarity by the Serbian President as a result of the EU’s untimely assistance, recent developments in Sino-Serbian relations warrant attention – especially from the perspective of Serbia’s EU accession process.

    Authors: Strahinja Subotić | Miloš Janjić

    Foreign Economic Involvement in Serbia

    This inforgaphic has been made within the scope of the project “Serbia on the crossroads between West and East.”

    Authors: Strahinja Subotić | Miloš Janjić | Anesa Omeragić

    #ThinkTanksMatter2020

    On 30 January 2020, the European Policy Centre – CEP hosted “The Future of Think Tanks and Policy Advice in the Context of Democratic Crises” conference.

    Authors: Strahinja Subotić

    Croatia’s Presidency of the Council of the EU

    Croatia takes over the Council Presidency from Finland at a turbulent time for enlargement policy, especially after the opening of accession negotiations with Albania and North Macedonia was postponed yet again. While such a move caused shockwaves among the expert community, it also had a snowball effect of putting enlargement back on the agenda of EU leaders.

    Authors: Strahinja Subotić

    Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the EU

    While the Council of the EU has been headed by the countries from the Western Balkan’s neighbourhood (Austria, Bulgaria, and Romania) in the last 18 months, the time has come for Finland – a country geographically distant from the region – to take over.

    Authors: Strahinja Subotić

    Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU

    On 1 January 2019, Romania started presiding over the Council of the EU, for the first time since joining the Union. It took up the baton from Austria, a country whose priorities mainly revolved around strengthening the EU’s security, tackling the migration issue, and supporting the Western Balkan’s EU perspective. What about Romania’s priorities?

    Authors: Strahinja Subotić

    EU Sentiments of Serbia’s Citizens

    This policy brief aims to uncover the motivating factors for EU membership support in Serbia by employing advanced statistical methods. Based on the results, it develops a set of recommendations for a communication strategy and initiatives aimed at boosting citizens’ support for EU membership.

    Authors: Dušan Pjevović | Strahinja Subotić

    European Union and the Western Balkans

    On 28 November 2018, in the framework of the current Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the European Policy Centre – CEP hosted a conference under the name “European Union and the Western Balkans: How to make the enlargement process more credible?”. The event was part of the Western Balkans Reflection Forum Initiative, launched by a network of European think tanks in support of the Berlin Process

    Authors: Strahinja Subotić

    The Western Balkans Through the Brexit Lenses

    The overall aim of this Insight is to encourage further discussions on what lies ahead for the Balkans in the post-Brexit Europe

    Authors: Strahinja Subotić

    The EU Electoral Reform Efforts

    All across the EU, it has become quite common to label the modus operandi of the EU as ineffective, its institutional set-up as undemocratic and its politics as far removed from European citizens. 

    Authors: Strahinja Subotić
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