Policy Notes

Policy Notes provide short, concise, timely, informative, and policy oriented analysis on specific issues. Policy Notes are short papers which outline the rationale for choosing a particular policy alternative of action in a current policy/issue debate. They are commonly published in response to a specific event and advocate for the professional stand of the Group for Legal and Political Studies. Indeed, the Policy Note is an action and advocacy-oriented document, which provides arguments for the adoption/amendment of a particular policy choice. Policy Notes aim to influence the target audience on the significance/implications/solutions of the current problem, and therefore brings recommendations to policy-makers, civil society and media, and the general public.

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ASSOCIATION OF SERB MAJORITY MUNICIPALITIES IN KOSOVO – Association Impasse

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Policymaking in the Western Balkans: Creating Demand for Evidence Beyond EU Conditionality

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Mapping Confiscation of Criminalized Wealth: A statistical case scenario

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Crimea is not Kosovo: Seven Arguments against a False Comparison

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Association of Serbian Municipalities: From a tool of integration, to a disaster in the making

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Visa Liberalization Process in Kosovo: An Assessment Matrix of Achievements and Challenges (Third Assessment Report)

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The visa business: A report on the cost of visas for Kosovars in the period 2010-2012

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ROCK AND RULE: Dancing with EULEX

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Visa Liberalization Process in Kosovo: An Assessment Matrix of Achievements and Challenges (Second Assessment Report)

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PHASE TWO, THE MISSION CONTINUES -Can a rejuvenated EU-facilitated Kosovo-Serbia dialogue account for the past, foresee political positioning, and pave the path towards progress?

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Visa Liberalization Process in Kosovo: An Assessment Matrix of Achievements and Challenges

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The Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue and Shifts in the Political Leadership in Serbia: Ready to Resume, but not Prepared for Progress?