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Elections in Lithuania: an anti-populist turn?

By Liutauras Gudžinskas / 30 October, 2020

Lithuania, like many other countries in East-Central Europe, is on a borderline between a so-called limited-access system marked by a hybrid or authoritarian type of rule and an open-access system characterised by vibrant civil society, universalist ethic values and strong democratic institutions The legislative election in October 2020 has been […]

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EU and the Western Balkans: more than goodwill to speed up enlargement

By Knut Fleckenstein / 29 October, 2020

The Communication on EU-enlargement policy presented by the European Commission on 6 October is encouraging for the countries of the Western Balkans. Together with the EC’s Economic and Investment Plan for the Western Balkans and the Covid-19 recovery plan, it shows a great deal of goodwill. The country reports consist […]

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From Enragement to Enlargement

By László Andor / 13 March, 2020

The failure to move Albania and North-Macedonia into EU accession candidate is more complex than just blaming the reluctant group of wealthy member states.

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