Dear All,

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

- Kosovo – the Ahtisaari plan redux - by Gerard Gallucci - The Ahtisaari plan – or something like it – will have to be part of any practical arrangement for the north of Kosovo, with the international community possibly taking the place of Pristina in the plan’s implementation (also available in Serbian).

- Bosnia – the path to sustainable peace runs through Banja Luka - by Graham Day - The Canadian experience suggests that sustainable peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina can only be achieved by treating the Republika Srpska as a political player with legitimate fears and concerns (also available in Serbian).

- Speculation abounds as rumours of Djukanovic’s departure intensify - by Kenneth Morrison - As speculation intensifies that Montenegro’s prime minister, Milo Djukanovic, will retire from politics relatively soon, the plotting and jostling for power within the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) has begun in earnest.

- “The future of Bosnia now lies with Bosnians, not with outsiders” - An interview with Matthew Parish, the former Chief Legal Adviser to the International Supervisor of Brčko, on the politics of the Republika Srpska and the limits to international intervention in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

As part of our recently launched initiative, TransEnergy, TransConflict is pleased to present a policy report, entitled 'Re-linking the Western Balkans – the energy dimension', produced by the US-Greece Task Force, Transforming the Balkans, a joint project of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and the Hellenic Centre for European Studies (EKEM).

To keep up-to-date with the work of TransConflict, please click here. If you would like to support or contribute to TransConflict, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Kind regards,

Ian Bancroft

Executive Director, TransConflict

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Tags: Bosnia, Djukanovic, Dodik, Kosovo, Mitrovica, Montenegro, Republika, Serbia, Srpska, energy, More…security


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