Strengthening the Rule of Law in the Western Balkans: Call for a Revolution against Particularism

Evaluation of the EU’s Engagement with Civil Society in the Enlargement, Neighbourhood regions and Russia over the period 2007-2018
January 15, 2019
Democracy Index 2018
January 15, 2019

The EU conditionality for the aspiring members of the Western Balkans in the rule of law field has been constantly upgraded over the past years. Nevertheless, its impact remains rather limited. This policy study contains three sections that analyse the core problems of the EU’s current approach to the promotion of the rule of law in the Balkans. The sections offer complementary approaches to the rule of law issue and together amount to a fully-fledged strategy. The study follows in the footsteps of previous efforts of the Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group (BiEPAG) on the subject matter, offering fresh thinking on how to foster sustainable EU integration that is as effective as it is uncompromising, and that would benefit prospective and existing EU members alike. Read more here.

Source: BiEPAG

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Evaluation of the EU’s Engagement with Civil Society in the Enlargement, Neighbourhood regions and Russia over the period 2007-2018
January 15, 2019
Democracy Index 2018
January 15, 2019

The EU conditionality for the aspiring members of the Western Balkans in the rule of law field has been constantly upgraded over the past years. Nevertheless, its impact remains rather limited. This policy study contains three sections that analyse the core problems of the EU’s current approach to the promotion of the rule of law in the Balkans. The sections offer complementary approaches to the rule of law issue and together amount to a fully-fledged strategy. The study follows in the footsteps of previous efforts of the Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group (BiEPAG) on the subject matter, offering fresh thinking on how to foster sustainable EU integration that is as effective as it is uncompromising, and that would benefit prospective and existing EU members alike. Read more here.

Source: BiEPAG

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