Dynamics of the Contemporary South-Eastern Europe: Nation-building, Democratization and European Integration

smc26-27 May, Skopje, Macedonia:
• Transition in the Western Balkans: The End of a Journey or Quest for a Second Transition? Prof. Dr. Stevo Pendarovski, University American College Skopje
• General Elections in Macedonia and the Political Aftermath, Darko Aleksov, Citizens Association MOST
• Migration as One of the Challenges of Europe’s Today, Zoran Dragovski, Macedonian Young Lawyers Association
• From Accession Back to Association – The Case of Macedonia, Dr. Malinka Ristevska Jordanova, Ardita Abazi-Imeri, Aleksandar Jovanovski, European Policy Institute
27 May – 1 June, Tirana, Albania:
• European Union Enlargement Policy and its Outcomes, Dr. Dorian Jano, Jean Monnet Chair – Marin Barleti University
• Foreign Policy Challenges of a Small Country: European Integration, Regional Cooperation and Security, Dr. Odeta Barbullushi, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Albania
• National Identity and Imagined Geographies in Albania, Dr. Ilir Kalemaj, New York University in Albania
• Solidarity in US, EU and WB compared: Models of Social Democracy, Frank Hantke, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
• The Promotion of Human Security in EU External Policy, Dr. Bekir Çınar, European Studies Centre – Epoka University
• The Other Side of the Balkans, Ben Andoni, Journalist
• Rule of Law in the Western Balkans, Vana Kasapi and Hristijan Koneski, Balkans Regional Rule of Law Network
1-3 June, Podgorica-Budva, Montenegro:
• EU and NATO integrations of Montenegro, Nenad Koprivica, Centre for Democracy and Human Rights
• Connecting and Developing Regions and Cities in the EU Context, Ljubomir Filipović, Deputy Mayor of Budva
• The Montenegrin Perspectives and Challenges, Darko Ivanović, Civic Alliance, Montenegro