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2004

4/2004
7 June 2004

The paper proposes a number of practical measures for making this Standard a reality. A fundamental precondition, however, is that the international community explicitly rule out any solution for Kosovo based on territorial bargains or the expulsion of minority populations.

3/2004
18 February 2004

This proposal is for a package of measures, designed to address both the unresolved political status of the city and its increasingly desperate economic plight.

2/2004
3 February 2004

ESI argues that those who refuse the principle of incremental and consensual change without offering an alternative that could be implemented are practically supporting the status quo. In politics, nothing is more conservative than to wait for a miracle.

1/2004
18 January 2004

ESI seeks to build bridges between the academic and the Balkan policy communities. Policy makers everywhere are busy people. Many who work in the field in Pristina, Sarajevo, Skopje, Belgrade and in national capitals across the EU have little time and leisure to read books or long articles.

2003

2/2003
18 December 2003

This paper is an attempt to identify practical ways of achieving change. Beginning with existing institutions and the interests which lie behind them, it proposes a practical step forward that Bosnian politicians might actually agree to and implement.

1/2003
6 October 2003

The debate on international power in Bosnia and Herzegovina has been intense throughout the summer. Numerous people and institutions reacted to the article on the Bonn powers which appeared in the Journal of Democracy in July 2003