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South East Europe’s Consolidation in Light of the EU Crisis, Refugee Influx and Religious Extremism

32nd Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group "Regional Stability in South East Europe”

Beiträge in dieser Publikation:

Name Seiten/Dateigröße
South East Europe’s Consolidation in Light of the EU Crisis, Refugee Influx and Religious Extremism 196 Seiten / 1.01 MB PDF ansehen
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196 Seiten (1.01 MB)
A Perception from the "Balkan Route”  
Experiences from Dealing with Migration Crisis in the Republic of Serbia  
A Testimonial from a Humanitarian NGO Activist Regarding the Refugee Crisis in Macedonia  
Functional Model of Integration of Muslims - Croatian Example  
A Plea for a Tolerant Discourse  
The Multiple EU Crises and the Unfinished Business in the Western Balkans: About Immortal Myths and Harsh Realities in the Enlargement World  
Refugees/Migrants Imbroglio and EU Enlargement: What Consequences for Macedonia?  
The EU as a Role Model Still Undisputed? - Serbia’s Case  
Ambiguity is Never Constructive - How the EU is Failing to Stabilise the Balkans through the Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue  
EU as a Political Role Model - Still Undisputed? Brussels we have a Problem…Softening a Wrong Power  
Montenegro in the EU - A Prospect with No Alternatives  
Normative Incongruence between EU Norms and the Albanian Political Elite: Explaining the Limited Effectiveness of EU Democratic Conditionality  

Vorwort

As a consequence of the ongoing violent conflicts in the Middle East, hundreds of thousands of migrants have fled to Europe, using the "Balkan Route". Apart from the problems that are linked to this development, there are member states that fear that the EU might become a target for further terrorist attacks committed by radical Islamists. This circumstance has once more turned the spotlight on South East Europe who is facing big challenges such as radicalised individuals and groups as well as the absence of structural and financial means to tackle the situation. Many fear that the current lack of solidarity and cohesion, disintegrative developments as well as the rise of semi-authoritarian political models will lead to a deterioration of EU standards and co-operative behaviour. This would harm not only the EU as a political union but could challenge its position as a democratic and co-operative role model as well as its integrative function for South East Europe.

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