Balkans DebriefNov 29, 2023
#BalkansDebrief – What’s behind Italy-Albania immigration deal? | A debrief with Natalie Tocci
Nonresident Senior Fellow Ilva Tare speaks to Nathalie Tocci, Director of the Instituto Affari Internazionali in Italy, about the political and social implications of Italy-Albania Immigration deal.
Balkans DebriefNov 10, 2023
#BalkansDebrief – Why does the US want Kosovo to urgently implement the ASM?| A debrief with Jeffrey Hovenier
Nonresident Senior Fellow Ilva Tare is joined in this episode of #BalkansDebrief by US Ambassador to Kosovo Jeffrey Hovenier to discuss developments in the EU-facilitated Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue.
Balkans DebriefNov 1, 2023
#BalkansDebrief – What challenges face new Montenegro government? | A Debrief with Ana Nenezic
Nonresident Senior Fellow Ilva Tare is joined in this episode of #BalkansDebrief by political analyst and the director of the Institute for SocioPolitical Research - Analitico, Ana Nenezic.
Ilva Tare is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center and was most recently a broadcaster with EuroNews Group. A household name in her native Albania, she has vast experience in the Western Balkans and a track record of unbiased reporting and trustworthy analysis. Tare has covered politics, EU integration, human rights, the judiciary and anti-corruption efforts.
In her wide-ranging interviews, Tare has raised visibility about gender and minorities issues, the effects of disinformation, and the labor rights of journalists. Promoted to leadership positions in newsrooms early in her career, she is a longtime and keen promoter of young journalists.
In 2021, Tare received a lifetime award from the Albanian Association of Journalists “for her tenacity in producing and promoting fair and balanced broadcast journalism, her contributions to the growth of private Albanian broadcasting and her style of informative anchoring.” She holds a Master of Science in media and communications from the London School of Economics.
She is fluent in English, Italian, French, and Albanian.