Reviewing the normative compliance of the Draft Law on the prevention of Money Laundering with the EU Directive 2015/849 and FATF recommendations

Reviewing the normative compliance of the Draft Law on the prevention of Money Laundering with the EU Directive 2015/849 and FATF recommendations

Group for Legal and Political Studies has released a Policy Report entitled: ‘Reviewing the normative compliance of the Draft Law on the prevention of Money Laundering with the EU Directive 2015/849 and FATF recommendations’. The aim of this report is to provide a legal analysis […]

June 5, 2016 GLPS
Kosovo’s Accession to the WTO – An Assessment of Potential Costs and Benefits

Kosovo’s Accession to the WTO – An Assessment of Potential Costs and Benefits

The Group for Legal and Political Studies (GLPS) has recently published a Policy Analysis entitled: ‘Kosovo’s Accession to the WTO – An Assessment of Potential Costs and Benefits’. In this time of globalization, countries are increasingly interested in participating and further integrating in the global […]

May 17, 2016 GLPS
The Serbian Media and the Dialogue: Has there been an evolution in how Serbian media perceive Kosovo?

The Serbian Media and the Dialogue: Has there been an evolution in how Serbian media perceive Kosovo?

This report examines the attitudes of the Serbian media towards Kosovo and how those attitudes have changed as the dialogue has progressed. Changes would indicate that the dialogue has changed either how the Serbian media thinks or how they perceive changes in their audience’s opinion. […]

April 12, 2016 GLPS
Crimea is not Kosovo: Seven Arguments against a False Comparison

Crimea is not Kosovo: Seven Arguments against a False Comparison

The events in Crimea have brought the legality of Kosovo’s declaration of independence back into focus. Russia has played a double game with Kosovo, saying that Western intervention in Kosovo and the state’s independence were illegal, but justifying the occupation and annexation of Crimea by […]

March 30, 2016 GLPS
Western Balkans and its EU Integration: 2015 Comparative Overview

Western Balkans and its EU Integration: 2015 Comparative Overview

The report has used a comparative approach and was conducted in Albania, Serbia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. The report entitled: ‘The Western Balkans and its EU Integration: Independent Analysis and Follow up of EC Country Reports on Western Balkans countries’ serves as […]

March 7, 2016 GLPS
Panic Selling – Assessing the main challenges and deficiencies of Kosovo’s Privatization Process

Panic Selling – Assessing the main challenges and deficiencies of Kosovo’s Privatization Process

The Policy Analysis entitled ‘Panic Selling: Assessing the Main Challenges and Deficiencies of Kosovo’s Privatization Process’, provides an overview of the main challenges and problems encountered during the privatization process in Kosovo. More precisely, it highlights problems such as institutional dualism, ownership disputes, and methods of […]

February 11, 2016 GLPS