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Greece and Its Western Balkan Neighbours - Common Challenges in a Changing Europe

37th Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group "Regional Stability in South East Europe”

Beiträge in dieser Publikation:

Name Seiten/Dateigröße
Greece and Its Western Balkan Neighbours - Common Challenges in a Changing Europe 203 Seiten / 1.88 MB PDF ansehen
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203 Seiten (1.88 MB)
Greek Bilateral Relations with Its Non-EU Neighbouring States: Albania, FYR of Macedonia/North Macedonia and Turkey  
Understanding Albanian-Greek Relations: Deconstructing Paradoxes and Myths  
Relations between (North) Macedonia and Greece after the Prespa Agreement - What Does the Future Hold?  
Turkey’s Relations with Greece and Western Balkans: Looking from Turkish Geopolitical Lenses, Memory, and Security Culture  
Current Trends, Institutional Framework and the Response of the Republic of Serbia in the Field of Countering Irregular Migration Caused by the Migrant Crisis  
Secure Borders and Safe Places: Contradiction in Terms or Twin Concepts?  
Transnational Common Challenges and Solutions: Migration Response  
Socioeconomic Challenges in the Western Balkans  
Demographic Processes in the Western Balkans: A Long Term Perspective  
Energy Security Risks and Natural Gas Diversification in SEE  
How to Enhance Energy Cooperation and Energy Security between Greece and its Western Balkan Neighbours  
Energy Security and the Role of Greece in South East Europe  

Vorwort

There is more that Greece and its Western Balkan neighbours have in common than separates them. This publication of the 37th workshop of the Study Group "Regional Stability in South East Europe” ascertains the shared interests and challenges that require fostering good neighbourly relations for the above-mentioned states. Positive and critical aspects of bilateral relations are analysed in depth, common tasks regarding transnational as well as social and economic challenges are identified. Finally, possible paths for guaranteeing energy security in this part of Europe and beyond in the future are outlined.

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