Building security in Europe's new borderlands: subregional cooperation in the wider Europe

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M.E. Sharpe, 1999 - Political Science - 256 pages
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Scholars of international relations, about equally divided between eastern and western European, address the usual range of problems encountered when consolidating conquered territory, chief among them how to keep the native from fighting each other and pay attention to their betters. The eight reports represent the findings of the first phase of a research project begun in 1996 by the EastWest Institute, on the subregions of East-Central and South-Eastern Europe and the Trans-Caucasus.

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Reflections on Subregionalism and Wider European Security
Subregional Relations and Cooperative Initiatives
External Institutional Frameworks and Subregionalism

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