Hrvatska i Europska unija: prednosti i izazovi članstva
- Višnja Samardžija()Sanja Tišma, Višnja Samardžija, Krešimir Jurlin(Institut za razvoj i međunarodne odnose)Registered editor(s):
The book tries to answer the questions on what are the advantages, possible disadvantages or the key challenges of membership in the EU. In addition to the main negotiation chapters, other issues which will mostly affect the life and work of Croatian citizens are also discussed. During the implementation of this project the research team was led by often emphasized need to present the complex effects of EU membership in a simple and accessible way to citizens. Therefore, key advantages and challenges of the EU membership are summarised at the end of each chapter. The challenges stated in this book are not and should not pose an obstacle for future successful development of the Republic of Croatia. The publication, edited by Sanja Tišma, Višnja Samardžija and Krešimir Jurlin, is the result of work of IRMO’s scientists and external experts, experts in particular areas. Foreword to the book was written by Ambassador Paul Vandoren, Head of the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Croatia and the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia, Ms. Vesna Pusić.
|This book is provided by Institut za razvoj i medjunarodne odnose in its series Books with number 3 and published in 2011.|
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