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This webinar aims to explore the implications of the events that occurred on September 24th within the broader regional security context and the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue. Join us for a critical discussion on the consequences of these events for the peace and security in the region and the impact on the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue. The international community has relied on condemnation statements and threats of sanctions, but is that enough? What active measures can avert further escalation in the Balkans? Is the EU-facilitated dialogue at a crossroads?
■ Xhorxhina Bami, Kosovo Correspondent at Balkan Insight
■ Aidan Hehir, Reader in International Relations at the University of Westminster
■ Abit Hoxha, Assistant Professor at the University of Agder
■ Nevena Radosavljevic, Ph.D. Candidate at the LMU Munich
■ Arber Ahmeti, Project Coordinator, Platform for Peace and Humanity
📌Register at: https://events.teams.microsoft.com/event/1d82b897-d6f5-4b73-a841-e4cf5285fbef@a8dcecbd-04c1-4d2d-90a5-0983a0f388c6
The webinar will contribute to the discussion by analyzing the historical background and root causes of the conflict and assessing the questions of self-determination and sovereignty over the contested land. The panel will also focus on the prospective role of the International Criminal Court in the conflict and avenues for peaceful resolution.
■ Sheila Paylan – International Human Rights Lawyer and former Legal Adviser to the UN
■ Dr. Roisin Burke – Assistant Professor of Public International Law, Netherlands Institute of Human Rights, Utrecht University
■ Yuzuki Nagakoshi – Attorney at Law
■ Dr. Sarah Babayan – Negotiations Expert, Legal Advisor & Conflict Manager
■ Eka Khutsishvili – South East Europe and Black Sea Region Programme Director, Platform for Peace and Humanity
📌 Register at: https://events.teams.microsoft.com/event/6073a95d-8625-44c7-9137-5c2e7bd0fff4@a8dcecbd-04c1-4d2d-90a5-0983a0f388c6