The last ten years have been a time of much change for the Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC). The region as a whole has been struggling with the collapse of Socialism and the painful transition to democracy and capitalism. Periods of change and transition such as this often contribute to increased risk of conflict, and can lead to the outbreak of violence, as was unfortunately the case in the Balkans. In this report, the Country Indicators for Foreign Policy (CIFP) project examines four countries – Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, and Ukraine – with the goal of evaluating the potential risk of conflict developing.

Conflict Risk Assessment Report: Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, and Ukraine