Daniel S. Hamilton and Vedran Dzihic, Editors


It has been almost two decades since the outbreak of hostilities in the vicious “Wars of the Yugoslav Succession.” Despite some progress, countries in the Western Balkans still face major crises. What challenges continue to plague the region, and how can they best be addressed? Prominent scholars and political and economic stakeholders from the region, the EU, and the United States offer fresh and thought-provoking answers.

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