• List of Acronyms
  • List of Annexes
  • Highlights
  • Executive summary
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 The political economy of donor interventions
  • 3 Mapping the flows of international assistance
  • 3.1 Mapping international assistance – the donor perspective
  • 3.2 Mapping international assistance – the beneficiary perspective
  • 3.3 Mapping international assistance – donors by beneficiaries
  • 3.4 Interests and drivers of donor interventions
  • 4 Donor coordination
  • 4.1 The wider context of enlargement assistance
  • 4.2 Donor coordination mechanisms in the Enlargement countries
  • 4.3 Coordination between donors and beneficiaries
  • 4.4 Coordination between donors and implementing agencies
  • 4.5 Coordination between donors
  • 4.6 Strengths and weaknesses of donor coordination
  • 5 Donor interventions in the Enlargement countries
  • 5.1 Albania
  • 5.2 Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • 5.3 Kosovo
  • 5.4 Montenegro
  • 5.5 Serbia
  • 5.6 The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  • 5.7 Turkey
  • 6 Donor interventions and regional cooperation
  • 6.1 The Regional Cooperation Council
  • 6.2 Regional structures participating in SEE 2020
  • 6.3 The Western Balkans Investment Framework
  • 7 Understanding the geopolitics of donor interventions
  • 7.1 Geopolitics of energy supply
  • 7.2 Geopolitics of the transport sector
  • 8 Conclusions and recommendations for improving donor interventions
  • 8.1 Improving the funding of donor assistance
  • 8.2 Improving the framework of support to sector approaches
  • 8.3 Recommendations on an improved division of labour among donors
  • 8.4 How and where to strengthen donor coordination
  • 8.5 Overall Conclusions: potential for stronger synergies
  • 9 References