The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade, Serbia, has published the Study: BASIC INSTINCT- The Case for More NATO in The Western Balkans. The Study is a result of a yearlong research conducted under the CEAS project Continued Fulfillment of IPAP Commitments – Stepping Closer to NATO, supported by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) from the USA.
The Study Basic Instinct – The Case for More NATO in The Western Balkans is a result of a year long research conducted under the CEAS project Continued fulfillment of IPAP Commitments – Stepping closer to NATO, supported by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) from the USA.
The Study particularly addresses four underlying issues common to all countries of the Western Balkans: incomplete transitional justice processes; incomplete security sector reforms; constitutionally or otherwise embedded solutions that propel an illiberal politicization of ethnicities; and internationally led or sponsored processes that may serve short-term goals, but are implemented in a way that undermines the separation of powers, strengthening of independent institutions and decision-making processes in already poorly governed countries of the Region.
Promoting Democratic Values Among Youth- Collection of Essays of University Students and Professors from Slovakia, Serbia, Moldova, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro
In 2017 MESA 10 organization from Bratislava, Slovakia in partnership with Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade, Serbia implemented fourth round of Student debates, a project implemented with the support of National Endowment for democracy from USA. In this publication MESA 10 and Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) present essays written by professors and students of the Universities participating in the project - “Promoting Democratic Values among Youth”.
In 2017, MESA10 from Bratislava, Slovakia and CEAS from Belgrade, Serbia jointly implemented fourth round of Student debates, a project supported by National Endowment for democracy from USA. We continued to work with two universities from Serbia (the University of Belgrade and University of Novi Sad) and two from Slovakia (Comenius University of Bratislava and Matej Bel University of Banska Bystrica) as partners for the project. The project expanded to include a university from:Bosnia and Herzegovina (International University of Sarajevo), from Montenegro (University of Montenegro) and from Moldova (Academy of Economic Studies of Chisinau).
Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies has completed the analysis of the Draft Action Plan of the Partnership for Open Government Initiative, for the period of 2016-2017, as part of the project activities "Open Government Advocacy: Setting up the agenda and following country action plans by CSOs".
The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies presents the Guide through information security in the Republic of Serbia, published within the project Serbia moving forward: Mapping the legal and policy cybersecurity framework, supported by the OSCE Mission to Serbia. The aim of the Guide is to indicate the obligations stemming from Serbia's membership and participation in international bodies and organizations, as well as the opportunities this membership provides for policy and capacity development in this field. The Guide covers the current normative framework, strategies, principles and recommendations of actors such as the European Union, NATO, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and United Nations.