The (Never)Ending Story of Bulgarian and Romanian Judicial Reform | Bosnia and Herzegovina after the Elections – An Opportunity to Set a Course for Brussels? | Serbia and Kosovo: Status Disputes and EU Membership – Progress, Obstacles and the Role of Civil Society | Coming to Terms with the Past in the Balkans – The Lustration Process in Macedonia | Latvia Reloaded – The Parties are Trying to Revive the Spirit of 1991 | By the Grace of Lula – Dilma Rousseff Becomes Brazil’s First Female President | Tanzania after the Parliamentary and Presidential Elections 2010Show table of contents
International Reports 1/2011 - International Reports
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Dr. Gerhard Wahlers
Head of the Department International Reports and Communication