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The New Emerging Ghettoes on the Balkans as a Result of the European Union’s Policies of Inclusion and Exclusion

  • Blagoy Dobromirov Klimov

The first section of the paper gives the historical framework of Balkan economic relations and the evolution from historical confrontation to cooperation. The second section introduces the EU policies of exclusion and inclusion as the most significant factor retarding the development of the region. In the third I explore empirically some economic tendencies in the ‘included’ Balkan economies/ Bulgaria, Romania/, that indicate an emerging framework for possible successful and sustainable economic model. The forth section explores the excluded Balkan countries, which will most likely transform into ‘gray zones’ of ‘non-states’ and ‘states of sovereign exception’, using Aida Hozic’s terminology.

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Paper provided by Argentine Center of International Studies in its series Working Papers - Programa CEI & Países Bálticos with number 029.

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