The situation in Ukraine has echoes of the end of the Bosnian War, as Kyiv faces the dilemma of whether or not to accept a quasi-independent Donbas in the east
Francisco de Borja Lasheras
For the former Yugoslavian states – acquitted of genocide only because of insufficient international justice – the major pending issue is still reconciliation
The EU’s austerity policies have led to a fragmentation of its power, encouraging the rise of populist parties
Halting Bosnia’s eight-year downward trend and boosting the country’s momentum towards Europe is the main goal of Steinmeier and Hammond’s proposal
Influential voices are pushing for the Finlandisation of Ukraine, but this proposal ignores both the actual experience of Finland with the Soviet Union and the real causes of the present crisis with the Kremlin.
Twenty-five after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the West’s perspective on Eastern Europe is still often overshadowed by its view of Russia.
The EU’s policy in Bosnia is failing, and as the country heads for implosion, Europe must change course
With the situation in the Western Balkans deteriorating, Europe needs a policy reset
The European Union is at a crossroads and “Twitter diplomacy” will not be enough to solve its problems
Spanish discourse on Russia and Ukraine confirms the existence of competing cleavages within the establishment