New study edited by The European Movement in Serbia (EMinS) with an input from our fellow researcher Michal Vít.
It is collection of papers from four “new” EU member countries (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) and one candidate country (Serbia) deals with the results of the great EU expansion in 2004 and its impact on internal reforms in the Visegrad Group countries (V4), as well as related adjustments within the EU. The project aimed to identify practical lessons for Serbia and the Western Balkans which could make the EU enlargement process towards this region faster and more efficient
Full study available online.
Topics: Political parties, National identity, V4