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Western Balkans 2024: Security Posture and Geopolitical Challenges

The New Lines Institute hosted a panel discussion and report launch event for the Western Balkans Observatory, an initiative to provide rigorous, non-partisan analysis for policymakers on the Western Balkans and to fill the void in policy-oriented research on the region. This launch event coincided with the publication of our second multiauthor report, covering the security posture in the Western Balkans. It also featured a panel discussion with the report authors and was chaired and moderated by Dr. Azeem Ibrahim, OBE, and Professor Tanya Domi, Chair of the Western Balkans Observatory.

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