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"South East and Eastern European Countries EU Accession Quandary?"

Introduction to the Special Issue

Journal Article, Comparative European Politics, volume 9, issue 4-5, pages 367-371

September/December 2011

Authors: Amy Verdun, Chiara Ruffa, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 20102012, Gabriela E Chira

Belfer Center Programs or Projects: International Security

 

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Amy Verdun and Chiara Ruffa are the guest editors of Comparative European Politics' special issue: South East and Eastern European Countries EU Accession Quandary?

 

The 2004 enlargement of the European Union (EU) marked a historic change. Together with the 2007 enlargement, it meant that the number of member states that make up the EU almost doubled compared with before May 2004....

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For Academic Citation:

Verdun, Amy, Chiara Ruffa, and Gabriela E. Chira. "South East and Eastern European Countries EU Accession Quandary?." Comparative European Politics 9, no. 4-5 (September/December 2011): 367-371.

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