Dear All,

Please find below links to a selection of articles published by TransConflict throughout January:

Kosovo – what a mess - by Gerard Gallucci - given the spate of bad news emerging from Kosovo in recent weeks, the only way forward is for the international community to again attempt to achieve a political solution, this time with Belgrade directly (also available in Serbian).

The future of Serbia is in defining its interests - by Soeren Keil - instead of focusing on the old habit of ‘nationalism’ and ‘national interest’, Serbia needs to define its future position regionally and globally, particularly with respect to EU integration, Kosovo and Bosnia (a response to this article can be read by clicking here).

A mini crisis in Podgorica tells us much about Montenegrin politics - by Milena Milošević and Apostolis Karabairis - recent events, particularly a municipal-level disagreement between the two ruling parties and the resignation of prime minister Đukanović, are indicative of the new elements at play in Montenegrin politics.

The Western Balkans in 2010 – small improvements, big scandals - by Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik - though the prospect of EU candidate status spurred on some very real changes in the region in 2010 – particularly concerning regional co-operation and tackling corruption – several scandals, especially those in Kosovo, threaten to inhibit further progress.

Volunteering Opportunities with TC
TransConflict is looking to recruit a network of volunteers to support its on-going expansion and to help achieve its goals for 2011

Volunteers are sought to:
- Assist the development of new projects and initiatives in the Western Balkans, in-line with TransConflict's areas of focus;
- Support the implementation of TransConflict's existing projects and initiatives throughout the Western Balkans;
- Contribute analysis and content to the TransConflict website on a variety of topics and issues;
- Promote the aims and objectives of TransConflict to potential partners, donors and other interested parties.

If you are interested in becoming a TransConflict Volunteer, or would like to learn more about the benefits of volunteering withTransConflict, please do not hesitate to contact us. We encourage you to share information about these volunteering opportunities with your friends and colleagues.   

To keep right up-to-date with the work of TransConflict, please visit our blog or click here

Kind regards,

  
Ian Bancroft

Executive Director, TransConflict

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Tags: Balkans, Bosnia, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, TransConflict

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