The OSCE Network of Think Tanks and Academic Institutions published ten reports and one policy brief until now:

Published in Hamburg, April 2020.

This policy brief is the result of the project “Western Balkans Military Dynamics” conducted by the Centre for International Security of the University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Political Science in collaboration with the OSCE Network of Think Tanks and Academic Institutions ( The project was funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs and the German Federal Foreign Office. The author would like to thank research assistants Tijana Rečević and Marko Kovačević as well as all the participants of a workshop entitled "Enlargement Fatigue, Democratic Backsliding and Military Security in the Western Balkans" held at the Faculty of Political Science on 29 November 2019. They are (in alphabetical order): Arjan Dyrmishi, Biljana Vankovska, Branka Latinović, Dragan R. Simić, Katarina Đokić, Kenan Dautović, Plator Avdiu and Sandro Knezović. A special acknowledgement also goes to Cornelius Friesendorf and other colleagues from IFSH who provided comments on the earlier draft of the policy brief and to Naida Mehmedbegović Dreilich for her administrative support throughout the project.

Zellner, Wolfgang, Philip Remler, Wolfgang Richter, Andrei Zagorski, Evgeny P. Buzhinsky, Vladislav L. Chernov, Ali Serdar Erdurmaz, Marc Finaud, Cornelius Friesendorf, P. Terrence Hopmann, Łukasz Kulesa, Igors Rajevs, Benjamin Schaller, Hans-Joachim Schmidt, Niklas Schörnig, Oleg Shakirov, Simon Weiß.  Reducing the Risks of Conventional Deterrence in Europe: Arms Control in the NATO-Russia Contact Zones. Vienna: OSCE Network, 2018.

Zellner, Wolfgang, Irina Chernykh, Alain Délétroz, Frank Evers, Barbara Kunz, Christian Nünlist, Philip Remler, Oleksiy Semeniy, Andrei Zagorski. European Security - Challenges at the Societal Level. Hamburg: OSCE Network, 2016.