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POST-CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION IN THE BALKANS

In the 2000s, Russia tried in the ex-Soviet space to replicate the same arguments (and tactics) of relativising international law that the West/NATO used in order to justify their own intervention in the ex-Yugoslav space back in the 1990s. This strategy of so-called ‘mimicry’ manifests by changing the meanings of international norms based on one’s…

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THE EMPTY SHELL OF BLACK SEA REGIONALISM

At a time when Russia has become more assertive to the point of challenging the mainstay of the international order, it helped establish since 1945, and Turkey seeks to maintain the status quo in the realm of maritime security, the European Union struggles to define its foreign policy objectives and priorities towards the Eastern Neighborhood,…

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EASTERN EUROPEAN REGIONAL COOPERATION AFTER CRIMEA: THE ART OF THE POSSIBLE

Russia’s policy towards Ukraine did not simply change the system of international relations, rebuilding the relations between its key elements. Moscow’s actions in Crimea and eastern Ukraine have urged the need for sub-regional cooperation. Regionalization is one of the key trends in international relations. The author examines factors that stimulated sub-regional cooperation on the European…

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