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Croatian International Relations Review, Vol.9 No.33 October 2003. -

The stabilisation through regional and multilateral cooperation within the framework of the European Union is the topic today. These terms are all part of standard political discourse in South East Europe, often accompanied by description of abundant initiatives by various regional or multilateral organisations. What is more often lacking is an explicit idea about how these institutional initiatives are supposed to achieve the objective of stabilisation after a prior period or even long history of regional conflict. The present paper addresses this question, drawing attention to some unconventional developments in multi-tier government structures relevant for post-conflict situations. It also explores a new European regional concept, that of the Wider Europe, which is now much discussed by the EU and its neighbours.

European Union; EU; former Yugoslavia; former Soviet Union; secession; Wider Europe; conflict resolution; regional cooperation; multilateral cooperation



Author: Michael Emerson -

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