Tag Archives: Enlargement

EU accession and international disputes: Serbia’s and Kosovo’s future as member states of the Union

The dispute between Serbia and Kosovo over the northern region spurs many questions which need examination in order to determine the possibilities – or non-possibilities – for both Serbia’s and Kosovo’s future as member states of the European Union (EU). … Continue reading

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Reading suggestion #15: Recent scholarly writings published in January 2013

A few interesting papers published recently: Mark. A Pollack (Temple University, U.S.): The New EU Legal History: What’s New, What’s Missing?, Temple University Legal Studies Research Paper (2013) – link Rebecca Zahn (University of Stirling, U.K.): European Enlargement and the … Continue reading

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EU Enlargement: Turkey and the EU – recent developments

by Richard Muhire (short version)* The accession process for Turkey to join the European Union is progressing step by step even if there are still many challenges regarding the implementation of the acquis communautaire and fulfillment of the ‘Copenhagen criteria’. … Continue reading

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EU Enlargement: Croatia and the EU – recent developments

by Marijela Kokalović (short version)* The European integration is and has always been an economic and political process, open to all European countries that are willing and prepared to take on board the full body of EU law and sign … Continue reading

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