Journal article

Between the Balkans and Europe: The State/Nation Problem in the Post-Yugoslav States

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  • 10.03.2023
Published in:
  • Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding. - Informa UK Limited. - 2023, p. 1-17
English This Special Issue will apply Hansen and Waever’s state/nation concept to the post-Yugoslav states, thereby attempting to explain their divergence in attitudes towards ‘Europe’ and in the EU integration process. It will be highlighted that the evolving state- and nation-building processes after the violent break-up of Yugoslavia significantly deviated in the post-Yugoslav states, with some countries focusing strongly on portraying themselves as Continental European states (Slovenia and Croatia), while others struggled with the establishment of new statehood (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Serbia, North-Macedonia).
Faculty
Faculté de droit
Department
IFF-Centre international (IRCC)
Language
  • English
Classification
Law, jurisprudence
License
CC BY-NC-ND
Open access status
hybrid
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Persistent URL
https://folia.unifr.ch/unifr/documents/324486
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