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2008 | 21 | 123-142
Article title

THE WEST BALKANS ON THE ROAD TO AN EU ASSOCIATION AGREEMENT (THE STATE AS 31st DECEMBER 2007) (Balkany Zachodnie na drodze do stowarzyszenia z Unia Europejska)

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Abstracts
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The Balkans are simultaneously the worst debacle and the largest success of EU foreign policy. The Community, unable to effectively counteract the events of the war in the region in early 90s, undertook, as a priority, to support peace, stability, prosperity and freedom in Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia & Hercegovina and Macedonia. The governments of all the republics which emerged as a result of the collapse of Yugoslavia are also pursuing full membership of the Community's structures. The authoress sets out to write this short essay in view of her own sympathies toward the region and its inhabitants. It presents the actual situation in the particular states of the West Balkans and the EU's involvement in the process of stabilisation in the region. The Republic of Slovenia was omitted, in view of the country's membership in the EU structures..
Contributors
  • Agnieszxka Puszczewicz, Wyzsza Szkola Ekonomiczno - Humanistyczna w Bielsku-Bialej, ul. Gen.Wl. Sikorskiego 4 i 4c, 43-300 Bielsko-Biala, Poland.
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Publication order reference
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CEJSH db identifier
09PLAAAA066518
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.94400bac-e27e-3781-a2e7-84800cc1c64b
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