The Future of the Eastern Partners: 6 Lessons from the Western Balkans
- Frauke Seebass – Frauke studied in Germany, Israel and the Netherlands and holds a master degree in Peace and Conflict Studies. She is employed in a project with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) focusing on fostering policy dialogue in the Western Balkans. At Polis 180, Frauke works on a project focusing on women in the Colombian peace process.
- The author is grateful to Dr. Pierre Mirel and Sonja Schiffers for their most helpful input to this article.
- The article is published as part of the project Between a Rock and a Hard Place? Georgian, German and French Perspectives on European Values and Euro-Atlantic Integration. The project is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office in the framework of the programme “Expanding Cooperation with Civil Society in the Eastern Partnership Countries and Russia”. #GEOEUvalues #civilsocietycooperation
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