The disengagement and reintegration of former foreign fighters in Kosovo is difficult to approach in policy due to lack of previous basic programmes addressing this issue. In comparison to other European countries, Kosovo has very limited institutional capacity to design and implement successful programmes of reintegration. The existing legal framework, the correctional systems and other relevant institutions, do not provide a sufficient solution as they barely comply with the situation on the ground. Consequently, it is an immediate need for Kosovo to develop its own model based on local capacities and expertise, whlist taking into consideration specific cases and contexts. Rather, across the field there exists a conundrum of approaches to re-radicalisation that do not stem derive from a consultative and coordinated process. Accordingly, a detailed programme of re-socialization and reintegration of radicalised individuals should be developed to complement the legal framework.