Tag Archives: Hashim Thaci

Dec 22 2014

Guest blog by Hashim Thaci: Kosovo’s New Foreign Policy Roadmap

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Kosovo’s former Prime Minister Hashim Thaçi has now taken up the role of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs. He writes exclusively for LSEE about how he envisions Kosovo’s future foreign policy, listing as its main goals: deeper regional … Continue reading

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Nov 29 2014

Petrit Selimi: ‘all political parties in Kosovo or in the wider region have rotten apples’

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The June 2014 parliamentary elections in Kosovo led to a deadlock. Almost six months later, political leaders have finally agreed on a new government, which will be formed by the two largest parties: the Democratic Party of Kosovo, PDK, and … Continue reading

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Jun 11 2014

Kosovo elections: has everything changed?

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The Kosovo elections’ aftermath has taken an unexpected turn. Less than 48 hours after outgoing prime minister Hashim Thaci declared the PDK’s election victory, the largest opposition parties (LDK, AAK and NISMA, with the support of VV – Vetevendosje), announced their intention to form an … Continue reading

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Jun 10 2014

Kosovo elections: what we know so far

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On Sunday, 8 June 2014 Kosovo went to the polls to elect a new government. Good news: the Serbian community has participated in a much higher number, and the elections were praised as relatively free and fair by local and international … Continue reading

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