In the aftermath of Brexit referendum and after the Paris Summit, it is of utmost importance to
reflect over the progress achieved so far in the framework of the Berlin process (BP), its place
in the myriad of existing regional cooperation initiatives and platforms and the challenges
ahead. Three years after its inception and one year before its end, it is time to take stock of its
dynamics and to contribute with contextualized recommendations on its role to further enhance
regional cooperation in the Western Balkans (WB6), and to its contribution to the EU accession
path of the WB6 countries.