Regional cooperation, peace enforcement, and the role of the traties in the Balkans
a cura di Stefano Bianchini - Joseph Marko - Robert Craig Nation - Milica Uvalic
Europe and the Balkans International Network n. 28
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S. Bianchini, Introduction. The Balkans, reform of the treaties, and European integration: the challenges of stabilization not yet achieved. PART ONE - In view of Balkan Stabilization: new Challenges and Lessons Learned - V. Pešic, The Principles of International Law in the Peace Treaties and Agreements of the Yugoslav Wars: Their Relevance to the Search for Stability in the Region - M. Labus, The Role of the Treaties in the Balkans: “The Fifth Treaty” - B.Vankovska, The Role of the Ohrid Framework Agreement and the Peace Process in Macedonia. PART TWO - Reshaping Statehood: Constitutional Reforms and Political Implications in the perspective of the EU Integration: J. Marko, Constitutions and Good Governance: Challenges for Post-Conflict Reconstruction and EU-Integration - Z. Pajic, Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Statehood Crossroads - M. Pajvancic, The New Constitution of Serbia and the Autonomy of Vojvodina: a Comparative Analysis of the Constitution of Serbia - E. Hoxhaj, The Politics of Partition in Kosovo: Ethnicity, Territoriality, and Nation-building - F. Privitera, Europe and the Balkans: A Mirror Image - M. Uvalic, Attracting Foreign Direct Investment in Southeast Europe: Challenges for Regional Cooperation. PART THREE - Building a Sustainable Economy in the Regional Context: W. Bartlett, Regional Cooperation and Regional Divergence: the Inequalising Effects of Free Trade Agreements in the Western Balkans - M. Ferrazzi, Trade and Foreign Direct Investments in the Western Balkans: the Role of Italy. PART FOUR - The Regional Security Enforcement and its International Players - R.C. Nation, Security in Balkan Europe: Premises and Prospects - D. Janjic, Kosovo: Security Risks - E.J. Kirchner and M. Hanusch, The EU as a Security Actor: The Case of Bosnia - Appendix.
Kosovo: independence, status, perspectivesAdjusting regional policies of ethnicity and borders
a cura di Ylber Hysa - Dušan Janjic
Europe and the Balkans International Network n. 33
pp. 248, ISBN 978-88-8063-674-8 € 20.00
Ylber Hysa, Kosovo and its Neighbours Following Independence: an Easy Landing with Passengers still on Board – Dušan Janjić, The Status of Kosovo - Leonas Tolvaišis, The ‘New Reality’ seen from the Enclave: the Kosovo Serbs' Experience - Florian Bieber and Soeren Keil, The Bosnian Crisis and the Independence of Kosovo - Remzi Lani, The Role of Albania in the Balkans in the Wake of Kosovo's Independence: Continuity and Change - Biljana Vankovska, Macedonia in a Limbo: Between Regional (In)stability and Euro-integration - Adam Balcer, Kosovo, Abkhazia and South Ossetia Case Studies – Similarities and Differences - George Andreopoulos, What Next for Self-determination? Kosovo’s Quest for Independence and the ICJ Opinion - Adam Balcer, EULEX and the Kosovo Gordian Knot - Craig R. Nation, The U.S. and the Stabilization of the Adriatic-Black Sea Corridor - Konstantin Khudoley, Russia's Interests and Concerns over the Balkans.