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    Reforms Seen as Key to Balkan Integration with Westi
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    February 04, 2014 3:30 PM
    After years of Western investment and engagement, the Western Balkans have achieved considerable success. But some challenges still remain unresolved. In a recent discussion at Johns Hopkins University's School for Advanced International Studies in Washington, panelists expressed support for the region’s Euro-Atlantic integration and urged the Western Balkan countries to continue reforms, and leave interethnic tensions behind. VOA’s Keida Kostreci has more.

    Reforms Seen as Key to Balkan Integration with West

    Published February 04, 2014

    After years of Western investment and engagement, the Western Balkans have achieved considerable success. But some challenges still remain unresolved. In a recent discussion at Johns Hopkins University's School for Advanced International Studies in Washington, panelists expressed support for the region’s Euro-Atlantic integration and urged the Western Balkan countries to continue reforms, and leave interethnic tensions behind. VOA’s Keida Kostreci has more.


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