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Southeast European Politics Online

Volume VI, Number 2, November 2005

Stretching Concepts Too Far? Multi-Level Governance, Policy Transfer and the Politics of Scale in South East Europe
Paul Stubbs
Introduction; Download complete article in PDF

The EUís post-Conflict Intervention in Bosnia and  Herzegovina: (re)Integrating the Balkans and/or (re)Inventing the EU?
ANA E. Juncos
Introduction; Download complete article in PDF

The Road to Europe I: Legacies, Strategies and Norms and the Development of the Rule of Law in Hungary and Bulgaria after 1989. The Case of Human Rights
ANETA BORISLAVOVA SPENDZhAROVA
Introduction; Download complete article in PDF

The Road to Europe II: When Will the Next Enlargement Occur?
ALEXANDRU JEREB
Introduction; Download complete article in PDF

BOOK REVIEWS  
 
Karen Henderson (ed.), The Area of Freedom, Security and Justice in the Enlarged Europe. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005, xix + 174pp., 45 GBP,  ISBN 140393522X.
Reviewed by Lara Scarpitta

David L. Phillips, Unsilencing the Past. Track Two Diplomacy and Turkish Armenian Reconciliation. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2005. 160pp., 39.95 USD, ISBN 1-84545-007-8 (hardcover)
Reviewed by Ana Dinescu

Milada Anna Vachudova,  Europe Undivided. Democracy, Leverage and Integration after Communism. Oxford: Oxford University press, 2005,  xii +  314pp., 20GBP, ISBN 0-19-924119-8 (paperback).
Reviewed by Lara Scarpitta 

David Turnock (ed.), Foreign Direct Investment and Regional Development in East Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005. 361 pp. 99.95 USD, ISBN 0-7546-3248-2 (hardcover).
Reviewed by Aneta Borislava Spendzharova

 



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