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  • Florian Bieber
    Nov 19, 2001
      1. Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans
      2. Fruehneuzeit-Info
      3. Strategic Review
      4. Cahiers de Chaillot
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      Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans (Volume 3, Number 2, November 2001)

      Editorial 109 - 110

      A comparison of Catalan and 'Padanian' nationalism: more similarities than
      differences? 111 - 130
      Benito Giordano; Elisa Roller

      Multiculturalism as a prelude to state fragmentation: the case of
      Yugoslavia 131 - 143
      Aleksandar Pavkovic

      Macedonia at the crossroads 145 - 151
      Spyros Sofos

      Bulgaria's Macedonian dilemma 153 - 170
      Symeon A. Giannakos

      Albania's relations with the EU: on the road to Europe? 171 - 192
      Ailish M. Johnson

      Post-communist societies: between ethnicity and globalization 193 - 196
      Daniele Conversi

      The Balkans: explaining the present through history 197 - 199
      Stefan Troebst

      Book Reviews 201 - 218
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      Fruehneuzeit-Info 12 (2001) Heft 1 (Offenes Heft)
      Herausgegeben vom Institut fuer die Erforschung der Fruehen Neuzeit
      ISSN 0940-4007


      WLADIMIR FISCHER
      Sprache und soziale Identitaet im fruehneuzeitlichen Binnenkroatien
      ........53

      Die Zeitschrift erhalten Mitglieder des Vereins Institut fuer die Erforschung
      der Fruehen Neuzeit (i.e.f.n), Pfeilgasse 29/4, A-1080 Wien, zweimal
      jaehrlich.
      Fuer Informationen bezueglich einer Mitgliedschaft beim Verein wenden Sie
      sich an Susanne Claudine Pils (email: pil@...)
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      From: Seda SERDAR <sserdar@...>

      Dear Madam/Sir,
      We are sending this mail to you on the behalf of Center for Eurasian
      Strategic Studies (ASAM). Via the link stated in the e-mail, you can access
      the "Strategic Review", a new monthly bulletin, of ASAM (Center for
      Eurasian Strategic Studies).
      http://www.avsam.org/turkce/yayinlar/strrev/strrev3.pdf
      ASAM is an Ankara based think tank that was founded in 1999. The Center has
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      September 2001
      No 3 Contents
      These articles are viewed in PDF format. You can download the Acrobat
      Reader from the below provided link. BALKAN STUDIES
      The Sanjak Issue from Past to Present
      CAUCASIAN STUDIES
      Turkestan Re-union
      CENTRAL ASIAN STUDIES
      The Drugs Problem in Afghanistan and Its Affects on the Region
      EUROPEAN STUDIES
      A Cause of Conflict in EU-U.S. Relations: General Electric's Honeywell
      Takeover
      FAR EAST AND ASIA-PACIFIC STUDIES
      US-China Relations in the Aftermath of Spy Plane Crisis: A Struggle for
      Dominance in the Asia-Pacific
      MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES
      Syria in the Jaws of Globalization
      RUSSIAN-UKRANIAN STUDIES
      The Main Obstacle in the US-Russia Relations: The National Missile Defense
      System (NMDS)
      GUEST
      Iraqi Turkomans: A lost tribe

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      Nous vous signalons la parution du n� 50 des Cahiers de Chaillot publi� par l'Institut d'Etudes de S�curit� de l'Union de l'Europe occidentale dont le titre est : Quel statut pour le Kosovo ?

      Sommaire

      Pr�face

      Introduction : Dimitrios Triantaphyllou

      Dana H. Allin, Des cons�quences impr�vues : la gestion de l�ind�pendance du Kosovo

      Franz-Lothar Altmann, Le statut du Kosovo

      Marta Dass�, Etat et souverainet� : dynamiques r�gionale et interne de l�avenir du
      Kosovo

      Tim Judah, Le Kosovo et son statut

      Jacques Rupnik, L�apr�s-guerre dans les Balkans et la question du Kosovo

      Thanos Veremis, Le Kosovo : une question fluctuante


      Conclusion : L�ind�pendance du Kosovo et la stabilit� r�gionale ne sont pas incompatibles
      par Dimitrios Triantaphyllou

      Texte t�l�chargeable sous le format PDF � l'adresse suivante :

      http://www.weu.int/institute/chaillot/chai50f.pdf
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