Albania and the European Union: The Tumultuous Journey Towards Integration and Accession
Mirela Bogdani, John Loughlin, Fellow Affiliate Lecturer in Politics and International Studies John Loughlin
I.B.Tauris, 15 մրտ, 2007 թ. - 272 էջ
When will Albania join the EU? Will accession help Albania to achieve prosperity, stability and prosperity? What factors are helping it towards this end and what factors are holding it back? An original study of Albania and its relations with the EU, this is the first book to identify and analyse the problems of the country as it moves towards membership of the Union. It explores the political, economic and social transformations needed to make Albanian membership possible. The authors highlight the enormous democratic changes that have occurred in post-communist Albania as well as the many obstacles that still remain. This balanced and objective assessment will be an essential resource for everyone interested in the history and future of the Balkans and the EU.
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