Foreign Policy / Uncategorized

EU Forecast: Shifting Dynamics in the Western Balkans

By: Mikel Kotonika With a deepening crisis in the Eurozone and a scrambled attempt by Europe’s leaders to avert further economic and political unease across the continent, the European Commission has nevertheless managed to move forward in its accession talks with countries across the Western Balkans. As the “enlargement fatigue” experienced by many countries within … Continue reading

Communications / Foreign Policy / Uncategorized

Publishing in International Relations

By: Mikel Kotonika Be it an add-on to a resume or a passion worth pursuing: writing pays off. With increasing expectations in today’s technological age for individuals to create their own “brand” – the importance of sound writing skills are critical. For college students and young professionals in the vast field of international relations, these … Continue reading