European Community"s dilemmas and strategies in the Balkans paper to be presented at the ECPR joint sessions of workshops, Leyden University, the Netherlands, April 2-8, 1993. Workshop on "responses of Western European institutions to changes in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe" by Knud Erik JГёrgensen

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  • European Economic Community -- Yugoslavia.,
  • Yugoslavia -- History -- Civil War, 1991-,
  • Yugoslavia -- Politics and government -- 1980-,
  • Yugoslavia -- Foreign relations -- 1980-

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