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Violent Extremism in the Western Balkans

31st Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group "Regional Stability in South East Europe”

Beiträge in dieser Publikation:

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Violent Extremism in the Western Balkans 211 Seiten / 1.14 MB PDF ansehen
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211 Seiten (1.14 MB)
Keynote Speech  
Socio-Economic Roots of Extremism in the Region  
Salafi - Jihadists: a Threat to the Western Balkans?  
Foreign Fighters, Religious Radicalism and Violent Extremism in Albania and the Western Balkans  
Islamic Radicalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina  
Violent Extremism and Religious Radicalism in Albania  
The Roots of Success of Far Right Parties in Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria  
Serbian Nationalism and Right-Wing Extremism  
Policing, Violent Extremism in the Western Balkans  
The Role of the Civil Society in Countering Violent Extremism  
Countering Violent Extremism - The Role of the European Union  

Vorwort

What is the potential for violent extremism in the Western Balkans? This question has been the main topic of discussion of the 31st workshop of the Study Group Regional Stability in South East Europe that took place in Belgrade, Serbia, from 27 to 29 September 2015. The term "radicalism” witnessed many different interpretations in the past, especially among the political elites across the Balkans. With the beginning of the civil war in Syria in 2011 and the emergence of IS, the term "radicalisation” received a different meaning in the context of the Western Balkans. "Radicalisation” is increasingly being used as proxy for Balkan-born fighters going to the battlefields in Syria and Iraq. This increasing on-site potential of violence affects the international political community which is making efforts to put a halt to this phenomenon.

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