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The Europeanization of Montenegro - A Western Balkan Country and its Neighbourhood in Europe and the Global World

English, German · Paperback / Softback

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This collection of essays focuses on locating the multiscale challenge of Europeanisation in relation to the Western Balkans. In a group of countries in which shared interests do not automatically mean constructive cooperation, this encounter needs to be located on multiple levels. The authors of this volume have joined forces to take up this multilayer challenge in a coordinated fashion. They first locate the Western Balkans on the global stage, then examine their shortcomings on the macroregional level, and finally address local challenges using a series of case studies of Montenegro. The contributors examine the topic through their areas of expertise: political science and legal studies.With contributions byDr. Vladimir Ateljevic, LL.M.; Dr. Adam Bence Balazs; Ass. Prof. Marko Dasic; Prof. Dr. Dragan ukanovic; Dr. Nikoleta ukanovic; Dr. Jelena urisic, LL.M.; Dr. Milica Kovac-Orlandic; Assoc.-Prof. Milan Krstic, LL.M.; Assoc.-Prof. ana Lusa, LL.M.; Prof. Dr. Ivana Radic Milosavljevic, LL.M.; Assoc.-Prof. Stevan Nedeljkovic, LL.M.; Assoc.-Prof. Bosko Picula, LL.M.; Prof. Dr. Dragan R. Simic, LL.M.; Dr. Predrag Zenovic and MSc. Dragan Zivojinovic, LL.M.

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This collection of essays focuses on locating the multiscale challenge of Europeanisation in relation to the Western Balkans. In a group of countries in which shared interests do not automatically mean constructive cooperation, this encounter needs to be located on multiple levels. The authors of this volume have joined forces to take up this multilayer challenge in a coordinated fashion. They first locate the Western Balkans on the global stage, then examine their shortcomings on the macroregional level, and finally address local challenges using a series of case studies of Montenegro. The contributors examine the topic through their areas of expertise: political science and legal studies.
With contributions by
Dr. Vladimir Ateljević, LL.M.; Dr. Adam Bence Balazs; Ass. Prof. Marko Dašić; Prof. Dr. Dragan Đukanović; Dr. Nikoleta Đukanović; Dr. Jelena Đurišić, LL.M.; Dr. Milica Kovač-Orlandić; Assoc.-Prof. Milan Krstić, LL.M.; Assoc.-Prof. Đana Luša, LL.M.; Prof. Dr. Ivana Radić Milosavljević, LL.M.; Assoc.-Prof. Stevan Nedeljković, LL.M.; Assoc.-Prof. Boško Picula, LL.M.; Prof. Dr. Dragan R. Simić, LL.M.; Dr. Predrag Zenović and MSc. Dragan Živojinović, LL.M.

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Authors Vladimir Ateljevic, Adam Bence Balazs, Mark Dasic
Assisted by Adam Bence Balazs (Editor), Adam Bence Balázs (Editor), Adam Bence Balazs (Editor), Adam Bence Balázs (Editor)
Publisher Nomos
 
Languages English, German
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 18.06.2022
 
EAN 9783848785957
ISBN 978-3-8487-8595-7
No. of pages 296
Dimensions 152 mm x 16 mm x 227 mm
Weight 441 g
Subject Social sciences, law, business > Political science > Comparative and international political science

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