Thus far, regionalism and sub-state territorial politics in the Balkans have yet to receive significant scholarly attention. Those who do engage in the debate have often argued that territorial restructuring in post-communist Europe, and by extension in the greater part of Southeastern Europe (SEE), is a direct result of the conditions for entry into the European Union (EU) and the absorption of EU funds. What characterizes all these different countries is a top-down process creating administrative and/or functional regions.
|Title of host publication||Political Autonomy and Divided Societies|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|