Kosovo’s Economy: Analyzing Recent Inflation and Government Responses

Albian Krasniqi


It remains to be seen if the Government learned the lesson and if insights from experience will be reflected in the upcoming policies and the budget...

Public intelligence as an instrument of foreign policy

Alfred Marleku


Thus, for the first time in the history of the intelligence practice, we saw the implementation of what is known as "Twitter intelligence”: when the intelligence services of the countries use social media as a means of sharing sensitive information in order to...

INFLATION IN SERBIA – Real price increases and theatrical price reductions

Dalibor Stupar


The citizens of the “economic tiger” will have more expensive heating, fuel, electricity, alcohol, and consumer goods by the end of the...

Will the new cantonal law on the prevention of corruption in B&H fail?

Edina Secerovic


At the beginning of this month, the Anti-Corruption and Quality Control Office of the Sarajevo Canton launched the check procedure for conflicts of interest for public office holders, after the new Law on Prevention and Suppression of Corruption in the Sarajevo Canton...

Why does the war in Ukraine has the tendency to last for many years?

Alfred Marleku


Wars between countries are some of the main threats that have a transformative impact on the international system and...

The disappointment towards the West nurtures anti-democratic sentiments in North Macedonia

Vlora Rechica


Without credible external encouragement from the EU, the lack of trust in the vision of local politicians can play a significant role in weakening democracy in North...

Analysis of the EU’s economic growth plan for the Western Balkans

Stefan Veljanovski


The success of this initiative will hinge on its effective implementation, including the government's ability to undertake necessary reforms and manage the expected influx of funding appropriately to turn them into sustainable economic...

Slovak “peace marches” stirred up pro-Russian sentiment in society

Michaela Ružičková


Marches calling for peace in Ukraine were held in Slovakia during February and early March 2023. Paradoxically, the peace marches served the Kremlin's...

Gender equality is the eternal effigy of the Church

Sonja Stojadinovic


Gender equality that women seek is neither a threat to society nor to the family, but solely to the misogynistic and patriarchal system that has oppressed women for...

Montenegro’s road to the EU is paved with disinformation

Tamara Cupać


Montenegro officially started negotiations with the European Union (EU) on June 29, 2012. On its path to integration, like the rest of Europe and the world, it was not and is not resistant to the power of propaganda, disinformation, and fake...