Daniel Korski

Balkan promises still to keep

One of the many areas that the Conservative Party took a very different line from Labour was on the Western Balkans. William Hague travelled to the region, frequently asked questions in Parliament and had the war-torn region written into the Coalition Agreement as a government priority.

Seven months into the government’s mandate, how has Britain’s Balkan policy changed? How has Britain been able to affect things for the better?

The answer is a tad disappointing.

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