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La géopolitique de l’Europe face aux Balkans et à la Méditerranée

Abstract : At the south-east and south borders of the European Union, differentiated spaces are opening up. Of the States with official or potential candidate status, the majority belong to the Western Balkans, of which all states would have the "right to join" the European Union. In addition, there are many Mediterranean countries, as part of the Barcelona process, and then the Union for the Mediterranean (UPM), which was created in July 2008. These countries, except Turkey, which has the status of a candidate, are not not supposed to become a medium-term member of the European Union. In order to understand the geopolitical diversity of these situations, let us first examine the Western Balkans and then Turkey from the illuminating angle of the geopolitics of the population. Finally, let's analyze what the Union for the Mediterranean is learning about the decision-making methods of the European Union
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Gérard-François Dumont, Pierre Verluise. La géopolitique de l’Europe face aux Balkans et à la Méditerranée. Géopolitique de l’Europe, Armand Colin/Sedes, pp.300-316, 2014, 978-2-301-00419-2. ⟨halshs-01986854⟩



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