CEPS/IISS European Security Forum

Meeting on 28 May 2001 on The Kosovar / Albanian Insurgency and Balkan Security

Speakers' papers (final versions)

Selected readings/links

Compiled by Ellen Peacock, Emma Sullivan and Sophie Delfolie at the IISS Library and Information Department

Regional perspectives

The Southern Balkans: perspectives from the region (Chaillot Paper 46) by Dimitrios Triantaphyllou (ed.), April 2001

Balkans security: current and projected factors affecting regional security, US General Accounting Office Report NSIAD-00-125BR, April 2000

The Macedonian Question: Reform or Rebellion? by the International Crisis Group, 5 April 2001

Macedonia – back from the brink? by Dana Allin, Strategic Pointer, 30 March 2001

The future of Montenegro, Strategic Comments, March 2001

Balkan in Dependence? by Janusz Bugajski, Washington Quarterly, Autumn 2000

And the Winner is ... the Albanian Mafia by Frank Cilluffo and George Salmoiraghi, Washington Quarterly, Autumn 1999

A Comprehensive Trade Policy Plan for the Western Balkans: A Bold Initiative to Bring More Stability and Prosperity to South Eastern Europe by Michael Emerson and Nicholas Whyte, September 2000

Macedonian Extremism is as Dangerous as Albanian Extremism! by Saso Ordanoski

Macedonia's Quest for Security and Stability by Duncan Perry, Current History, March 2000

International Perspectives

A European vision for the Balkans by Chris Patten, NATO Review, Autumn 2000

The CEPS Plan for the Balkans by Michael Emerson with Daniel Gros (eds.), CEPS Paperback Book, September 1999

Kosovo: Catalyst for Europe by Elizabeth Pond, Washington Quarterly, Autumn 1999

Security Challenges in South-East Europe, Speech by NATO Secretary General Lord Robertson, 26 March 2001

Seeking security solutions by David Lightburn, NATO Review, Winter 2000-2001

Macedonia Crisis Part of Regional Problem by Ivo H. Daalder,San Jose Mercury News, 1 April 2001

The United States in the Balkans: There to Stay by Ivo H. Daalder and Michael E. O'Hanlon, Washington Quarterly, Autumn 2000

The Future of Macedonia: A Balkan Survivor Now Needs Reform by the US Institute of Peace, March 2001

Early Warning, Crisis Prevention and Balkans Security at the Start of the 21st Century: Issues and Perspectives

General Documents

European Union Council, Stockholm: Statements on Western Balkans and FYROM, 24 March 2001

Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe

The Kosovo Report by The Independent International Commission on Kosovo, presented to the United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan on October 23, 2000

Statement by the NATO Secretary General on the Return of Yugoslav Security Forces to Sector B of the Ground Safety Zone, 14 May 2001

Map: Violence spreads in Macedonia from Strategic Survey 2000-2001, The International Institute for Strategic Studies

Related Websites

EU and South East Europe

Economic Reconstruction and Development in South East Europe

NATO Kosovo Force (KFOR Online)

UNMIK UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo

Independent Macedonian News

Central Europe Review

Transitions on-line

Institute for War and Peace Reporting

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

Alternative Information Network