Annual Review of Kosovo's Foreign Affairs (2021)
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Annual Review of Kosovo's Foreign Affairs (2021)

February 2022

Our latest publication aims to provide an overview of Kosovo's foreign affairs in 2021. The report is part of PIPS's commitment to document and analyze Kosovo's foreign policy policies each year. It is also part of the Foreign Policy Analysis Program (PFPA), which was established by the Institute for Pristina Political Studies in 2014. The program aims to analyze and support Kosovo's Euro-Atlantic integration, initiating public debate and producing research on regional, European and global developments and their effects on international standing of Kosovo.

The study focuses on the main events and policy developments that have dominated Kosovo's foreign relations, as well as the successes and challenges it faces in implementing key foreign policy goals. Aims to document key developments shaping Kosovo's bilateral diplomacy, dialogue with Serbia, recognition and membership in international organizations, and Euro-Atlantic integration.
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  • European Integration
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