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Author
Muś Jan (Institute of East-Central Europe)
Title
Peripheral Position of the Balkans and Its Future Relations with Russia
Source
Rocznik Instytutu Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej, 2015, R. 13, z. 5, s. 107-121, tab., bibliogr. 13 poz.
Issue title
Russia in the Balkans. Threat or Opportunity?
Keyword
Geopolityka, Polityka zagraniczna, Stosunki międzynarodowe
Geopolitics, Foreign policy, International relations
Note
summ.
Company
Unia Europejska (UE)
European Union (EU)
Country
Rosja, Bałkany
Russia, Balkan
Abstract
The region of the Balkans remains the periphery of the European Union and the Western structures in every aspect: political, economic, military, communication and cultural. The Western influence varies between particular countries and between different of the five mentioned above dimensions, yet it is dominant. Decreasing legitimacy of the EU, relatively low economic significance of the region as well as cultural similarities between some of the Balkan states and Russia can change the situation and reinstall Moscow hegemony in the region. Interest of the Southeastern European countries is, as a peripheral one, of secondary meaning. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1732-1395
Language
eng
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