Soon, the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture will be established in a major European city yet to be revealed. It’s time to look to us for guidance, solutions, and inspiration, writes Ethel Brooks.
For Bucharest, exchanging accusations with Hungary offers an opportunity to temporarily distract attention from its domestic situation. The country is emerging from the political crisis that engulfed it in 2012 caused by a dispute between Ponta and President Traian Basescu, writes Stratfor.
The decentralisation of Serbia by giving more authority to municipalities could benefit minority groups that constitute a local majority, argues Beata Huszka in a July 2007 policy brief for the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS).