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Forging EU Foreign Policy Unity from Diversity: The ‘Unique Case’ of the Kosovo Status Talks

@article{Economides2010ForgingEF,
  title={Forging EU Foreign Policy Unity from Diversity: The ‘Unique Case’ of the Kosovo Status Talks},
  author={S. Economides and James Ker-Lindsay},
  journal={European Foreign Affairs Review},
  year={2010},
  volume={15},
  pages={495-510}
}
This article explores the way in which the European Union (EU) attempted to forge a united position on the question of Kosovo over the course of the latter stages of the status process, which ran from late 2005 until the end of 2007. Following an overview of the development of EU foreign policy decision-making processes, the work analyses how these were applied in the case of Kosovo. It shows that while significant efforts were made to reach a united position on the question of recognition… Expand
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