The Essay intends to analyze the regional and local political dynamics within the Balkans and focuses on the most problematic and disputable areas after the Cold War. Through analyses of individual states, bilateral relations, and regional relations, the author gives a broad and complex view of the current and future reconfiguration of the Balkans. Individual cases with contradictory political trends, interstate problems with reciprocal implications, regional "domino effects" of overall solutions, and local and international engagements to support the process in accordance with the modern trend of democratization and integration of the Balkans are included in the Essay's laboratory of approaches in order to throw light on the future of this region.
Political Dynamics within the Balkans: The Cases of Bosnia & Herzegovina, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Montenegro,
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