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Title The Europeanisation of the Western Balkans : a Failure of EU Conditionality? / Jelena Džankić, Soeren Keil, Marko Kmezie, editors.

Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer Nature : Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series New perspectives on South-East Europe
New perspectives on South-East Europe.
Springer Political Science and International Studies eBooks 2019 English+International
Contents Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1 Introduction: The Europeanisation of the Western Balkans; Rationale of the Book; Structure of the Book; Conclusion; References; Chapter 2 European Union Conditionality in the Western Balkans: External Incentives and Europeanisation; Introduction; Theoretical Approaches to the Europeanisation of the CEE Candidate Countries; The External Incentives Model; Alternative Models: Social Learning and Lesson-Drawing; Application to the CEE Enlargement: Main Findings.
Europeanisation of the Western Balkans: The External Incentives Model Determinacy; Credibility; Domestic Capacity; Domestic Adoption Costs; Discussion: Alternative Sources of Europeanisation in the Western Balkans; References; Chapter 3 Chips off the Old Block: Europeanisation of the Foreign Policies of Western Balkan States; Introduction; Europeanisation of Foreign Policies; Case Study: The Migrant Crisis 2015; Context; The Crisis; Conclusions; References; Chapter 4 EU Enlargement and State Capture in the Western Balkans; The EU Member States: The Enduring Logic of Enlargement.
The Candidate States: State Capture and EU Leverage Problems with Expertise, Legitimacy, and Consistency-And Learning to Overcome Them?; Conclusion: Supporting the EU and Defending the Nation in Post-communist Europe; Bibliography; Chapter 5 EU Rule of Law Conditionality: Democracy or 'Stabilitocracy' Promotion in the Western Balkans?; Introduction; Theoretical Approaches to Europeanisation by Rule of Law Implementation; Grasping the Essence of EU Rule of Law Conditionality; A Failure of the Rule of Law Promotion in the Balkans?; The Reform of the Judiciary in Macedonia.
Media Freedom in SerbiaConclusion; References; Chapter 6 The Europeanisation of Minority Policies in the Western Balkans; Introduction; Europeanisation of National Minority Policies; Europeanising National Minority Policies in Macedonia and Croatia; Contextual Background; National Minority Councils in Croatia; Law on Languages in Macedonia; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 7 Ethnicisation vs. Europeanisation: Promoting Good Governance in Divided States; Introduction; The EU: Actor and Object in Ethnicisation; Europeanisation and Ethnicisation: Conceptual Remarks; Post-conflict Police Reforms.
Bosnia and HerzegovinaMacedonia; Conclusion: Europeanisation vs Ethnicisation; Bibliography; Chapter 8 Tolerating Semi-authoritarianism? Contextualising the EU's Relationship with Serbia and Kosovo; The EU and the Former Radicals Turned Progressivists; The EU and Kosovo's Independence; What Freedom?; Conclusion; References; Chapter 9 The Europeanisation of Contested States: Comparing Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Montenegro; Introduction; Contested States in the Western Balkans; Concepts of Europeanisation in EU Enlargement; Europeanising Contested States: Key Policy Issues.
Summary This volume casts a fresh look on how the political spaces of the Western Balkan states (Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia and Albania) are shaped, governed and transformed during the EU accession process. The contributors argue that EU conditionality in the Western Balkans does not work 'effectively' in terms of social change because rule transfer remains a 'contested' business, due to veto-players on the ground and strong legacies of the past. The volume examines specific policy areas, salient in the enlargement process and to a different degree incorporated in the accession criteria, as well as EU foreign policy in the spheres of post-conflict stabilisation, democratization and the rule of law promotion. Jelena Džankić is Research Fellow and Coordinator of the Global Citizenship Observatory (GLOBALCIT) at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute (EUI), Italy. Soeren Keil is Reader in Politics and International Relations at Canterbury Christ Church University in Kent, UK. Marko Kmezić is Assistant Professor at the Centre for Southeast European Studies at the University of Graz, Austria.-- Provided by publisher.
Other author Džankić, Jelena, editor.
Keil, Soeren, editor.
Kmezic, Marko, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Politics, Practical -- Balkan Peninsula.
Economics -- Balkan Peninsula.
Balkan Peninsula -- Foreign relations.
Electronic books.
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