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2019 | 4 | 41-72
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Will the European Union Europeanise the Balkans to Avoid the Balkanisation of Europe?

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The purpose of this paper is to examine and analyse the appropriate modalities for the process of the Europeanisation of the countries from the Balkans, interalia, for the need to avoid the Balkanisation of Europe, bearing in mind all the aspects. The effects of these processes can be disseminated into two directions, EU-Balkans and vice versa, so the main point is to explore the common spots and to use them in the EU’s accession path of the Balkan countries. Due to the character of the paper, the most frequently used methods will be the descriptive method, the content analysis method and the comparative method.
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41-72
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  • University of “St. Kliment Ohridski” – Bitola
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  • University of “St. Kliment Ohridski” – Bitola
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