Last week started with cabinet changes in the Macedonian government following the resignation of the minister of education. At the same time, reports from the country are showing 4% growth in industrial production, placing Macedonia ahead of some EU countries in terms of economic recovery.
Orient Express Weekly (20-26 May 2013)
Kosovo, Serbia, Germany On Wednesday a framework agreement on implementation of Belgrade-Pristina agreement was reached. It is seen as an important step in what is expected to be a delicate implementation process. It is understood that the framework agreement does not envisage immediate dissolution of local authorities in ethnically Serbian northern Kosovo, which was one […]
Regional Consequences of Croatian EU Accession – Report from Day 02
The second day of the Conference Regional impact of Croatia joining the EU, speakers drew a number of economic and political lessons for Southeast Europe as they assessed challenges in the wake of the Croatian joining the EU. In the first session of the second day participants focused on the expected changes in regional economic […]
Regional Consequences of Croatian EU Accession – Report from Day 01
International Conference “Regional impacts of Croatia joining the EU” (17-18 May), organized by CisBalk and Centre for applied European studies (CPES) at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade, started with a movie “Twilight of Heroes – Croatia, Europe and International tribunal” (part of the documentary series “Return to Europe”).
Conference: Regional impact of Croatia joining the EU
Two day conference on the regional impact of Croatia joining the EU will be held on 17-18 May at the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade. CisBalk and the Centre for applied European studies (CPES) jointly organized the conference. All the sessions are open for public.