An Overview of Policies and Efforts on P/CVE in the Western Balkans (III)
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An Overview of Policies and Efforts on P/CVE in the Western Balkans (III)

June 2022

Countries around the world have been hit by the phenomenon of violent extremism and foreign fighters, and the Western Balkans was no exception.

While many European countries were considering whether to engage in the repatriation of their citizens and others even stripped them of their nationality, most Western Balkan countries were truly committed to returning their citizens.

This policy analysis aims to shed light on how six Western Balkan countries have dealt with preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE). It is intended to be the third and final in a series on this issue. More specifically, this analysis provides a regional statistical comparison of convictions for terrorism and participation in foreign conflicts, as well as an overview of the challenges faced by the six Western Balkan countries in preventing and combating violent extremism.
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