This recent article by Adam Fagan contributes to a growing literature focusing on the substance of donor-driven democracy promotion in Kosovo and presents a picture of donor behavior in flux. Drawing on extensive empirical research between 2010 and 2012, the research provides greater insights into which donors are providing what sort of assistance; how the content and focus of aid are decided and formulated; and the behavior of the EU and other large donors compared with small bilaterals and private foundations. The conclusion reached is that, although overall levels of aid to Kosovo have remained relatively stable since 2008, donor behavior is in flux, with evidence of an emergent distinction between what larger donors offer and the provision of smaller bilaterals and private foundations. This, it is argued, has serious implications for the capacity of the EU to continue providing extensive aid across a wide range of issues and policy areas as part of its pre-accession assistance. The paper is available here.