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Tuning In to the Western Balkans

In the latest Contours episode, host Carolyn Moorman discusses issues the Western Balkans are facing, including far-right nationalism, and the role the U.S. should play in the region with the Balkans experts Tanya Domi and Kurt Bassuener. This episode is a special preview of the launch of New Lines’ Western Balkans Observatory and corresponding report, “Western Balkans 2023: “Assessment of Internal Challenges and External Threats.”

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