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Competing External Influences in South East Europe - Implications for Regional Consolidation

38th Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group "Regional Stability in South East Europe”

Beiträge in dieser Publikation:

Name Seiten/Dateigröße
Competing External Influences in South East Europe - Implications for Regional Consolidation 145 Seiten / 1.35 MB PDF ansehen
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145 Seiten (1.35 MB)
Strategic Quest in Southeast Europe - Challenges of EU’s Self-Perception and Russian Geopolitical Ambitions  
Unmasking the Specter of Geopolitics in the Western Balkans  
Russia’s Ambivalence on Southeast Europe Strategy  
External Impact on Politics, Society and Security in South East Europe - a Perspective from Bosnia and Herzegovina  
The Prishtina/Priština - Belgrade Dialogue: External Impacts and Kosovo’s Domestic Developments  
External Impact on Politics, Society and Security in South East Europe - The Case of Serbia  
Competing External Influences in South East Europe - Implications for Regional Consolidation: The case of Albania  
China’s Influence in South East Europe  
Economic Development, Infrastructure Projects, Foreign Trade and Investment in the Western Balkans  

Vorwort

Has South East Europe become the arena of competing geopolitical influences and what could this mean for the already difficult process of consolidating the fragile and partly still hostile relations in this region?

Based on this key question, the EU’s and U.S.’ policies towards South East Europe are compared with the external influence from China, Russia, Turkey and the Gulf states. The convergence and divergence of different geopolitical concepts vis-à-vis this part of Europe is analysed in depth. Furthermore, the external impact on politics, economy, society and security in various South East European countries is highlighted.

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