There is no doubt that it is difficult to talk about and especially to predict the future of the post-Yugoslav space. Such a difficulty has to do with a number of existing complex issues as well as numerous issues that are likely to come to occupy significant space in Balkan and European Union politics. In the early 1990s, the Europeans were expected to provide a solution to the Yugoslav state crisis, and their decisions resulted in the demise of the Yugoslav federation in January 1992. Later, the fighting in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo intensified the presence of the EU in the region, which some welcomed and described as necessary while others perceived it as highly problematic.
|Title of host publication
|Europe and the Post-Yugoslav Space
|Taylor and Francis
|Number of pages
|Published - Jan 1 2016
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- General Earth and Planetary Sciences