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What is in the Future of Albania, Reflection on the Elections Results

The tenth general parliamentary elections since the beginning of political pluralism and the fall of the communist system in Albania were held on the last Sunday of April 2021. The Albanian political scene introduced two new political parties and five independent candidates. A total of 10 political parties ran...

The Development of the Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue and Current Expectations

CAMR has recently organized a ZOOM webinar on the topic The Development of the Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue and Current Expectations (https://fb.me/e/F10draQt) The webinar hosted a discussion with experts regarding the developments of the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue and the current expectations on its future development. In the discussion, our guest speakers have...

Power Politics in Africa Vaccine Rollout

Shortly after it became clear that the way out of the Covid-19 pandemic is worldwide vaccination, representatives of Western countries pledged to assure equal distribution that would not discriminate against poorer developing countries. European Union, known for its solidarity and development partnerships with African countries was one of them....

Xinjiang Mission to Erase Identity of Muslim Ethnic Uyghurs

Xinjiang lies in north-west China and it is the country's biggest region. Similar to Tibet, it should be autonomous, in theory. But in practice, any of the self-governance powers, that this region has, face major restrictions by the central government. Uyghurs living in this region have their own language,...

The ‘Non-Papers Temptation’: Neither a Way Out, Nor Forward to the Serbia-Kosovo Reconciliation

While approaching the Slovenian EU presidency for the second half of 2021, the spectre of redrawing borders is haunting Southeast Europe. The much-debated ‘non-papers’ have yet again sparked fear after the 2018 attempt to successfully finalise the Kosovo-Serbia reconciliation process through a ‘land swap’. It goes without saying that old-fashioned...

Central Asia: Report on Terrorism 1/2

Terrorism is, in its natural state, similar to any existing virus; it does not know the borders. They are just artificial lines on the map, irrelevant to the terrorist. Applicable to every part of the world, Central Asia is not an exception from this phenomenon. The region of Central...

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Visegrad Insight Project: Western Balkans Futures

We are happy and grateful to share that members of CAMR have participated in a scenario-building workshop organized by Visegrad Insight with support from...

Climate Change Report 2021: What is the future for Africa?

The International Panel for Climate Change has issued its Sixth Assessment Report on the state of climate change. One of the most warning conclusions...

Taliban’s Rule: What is the Future of Central Asia?

Events of August 2021 in Afghanistan created another chapter of global history. Withdrawal of the NATO forces after 20 years followed by the fall...

Further Crackdown in China’s Big Tech Sector

Chinese government relies on a combination of legal regulations, technical control and proactive manipulation of online space.The online environment has tightened considerably under President...

Situation of Women and Girls in Afghanistan: An endless battle for freedom

Source: BBC. Women protest for their rights in Kabul. 2021. Retrieved from https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-58450230On the 31st of August 2021, Major General Chris Donahue became the...