The Foreign Policy Analysis Program (FPAP) was established by the Pristina Institute for Political Studies in 2014. The program aims to analyze and support Kosovo's Euro-Atlantic integration, producing studies on regional, European and global developments, as well as their effects on Kosovo's international position.
In a closer look, the program aims to reinforce the debate that serves Kosovo's full integration within the international system, to increase transparency in Kosovo's foreign policy towards citizens, to facilitate the policy-making process for decision-makers, and to enhance capacities of Kosovar diplomacy.
Through qualitative research the program is dedicated to serve as a bridge between Government officials, policymakers, citizens, diplomats, journalists, scholars, and others. The FPAP is the first and most prominent foreign policy research program in Kosovo.