Black Sea: A Geopolitical And Economic Perspective Of The Eastern Border Of The Euro-Atlantic Structures
The Black Sea is a crossing space between worlds, different cultures and global interests. Political, economic and social shifts occurred over time within the states in the area, with major consequences in the game of power and in exercising control in the game. The new realities of the international political scene have highlighted the crucial nature of the Black Sea Region for European security, being known as the new eastern frontier of Europe. The full European security can not be achieved as long as the Black Sea area remains unstable
Volume (Year): 5 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (June)
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