'Fuzzy Statehood' versus Hard Border: the impact of EU enlargement on Romania and Yugoslavia
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- Eleanor Knott, 2015. "What Does it Mean to Be a Kin Majority? Analyzing Romanian Identity in Moldova and Russian Identity in Crimea from Below," Social Science Quarterly, Southwestern Social Science Association, vol. 96(3), pages 830-859, September.
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KeywordsNation-state; regions; cross-border crime; Hungary; integration theory; immigration policy;
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