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EU member states and enlargement towards the Balkans. EPC ISSUE PAPER No. 79, July 2015

@inproceedings{Balfour2015EUMS,
  title={EU member states and enlargement towards the Balkans. EPC ISSUE PAPER No. 79, July 2015},
  author={R. Balfour and C. Stratulat and G. Avery and C. Hillion and C. Adebahr and Theresia T{\"o}glhofer and Natasha Wunsch and James Ker-Lindsay and Tomasz Žornaczuk and A. Frontini and Ruth Ferrero Turri{\'o}n and Franco Algieri and A. Konitzer and Be{\'a}ta Huszka and I. Armakolas and G. Triantafyllou and Marin Lessenski and P. Ivan and Isabelle Ioannides and Gunilla Herolf and H. Martens and K. Bukovskis and Diāna Potjomkina and S. Blockmans},
  year={2015}
}
From the Executive Summary. The European Union’s enlargement to the Balkans seems to be running on autopilot since Croatia’s accession in 2013 and amidst the on-going crisis. While the region still has a clear European perspective, progress on the dossier has been marred not just by outstanding challenges in individual Balkan countries but often also by hurdles which develop within the Union – more specifically in the member states. While the EU’s internal procedures for handling… Expand
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