Monthly Archives: June 2013

Jun 27 2013

‘Two Croatias’ at the finish line, not one of them a winner

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By LSE Blog Euro Crisis in the Press, Vanja Figenwald and Kristina Kardum   It’s no surprise to many that an economic crisis almost always bears the same unwanted children and Croatia, soon to be the 28th member of the … Continue reading

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Jun 25 2013

The added value of the Pacific Alliance and ‘modular regionalism’ in Latin America

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By Gian Luca Gardini, Senior Lecturer in International Relations & Latin American Politics at the University of Bath.   In 2012 Chile, Peru, Colombia and Mexico launched the Pacific Alliance, the latest of countless organisations meant to foster Latin American … Continue reading

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Jun 20 2013

EU Conditionality or Crisis-Induced Compromises: Why Serbia agreed to be Cooperative in Kosovo Negotiations

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By LSE Blog Euro Crisis in the Press, Ivana Popovic. Is EU conditionality most effective at times of heightened “demand” by a would-be member state? Yes, many would say. The argument goes that prospective member states are more vulnerable to … Continue reading

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