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The Politics of Conditionality: The Norm of Minority Protection Before and After EU Accession

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The norm of minority protection is often singled out as a prime example of the political impact of European Union (EU) conditionality on the ethnically diverse states of Central and Eastern Europe. The EU's 'minority condition' is best understood as a political and social construct rooted in European security concerns. As such, it has had very 'real' effects, both intended and unintended, and direct and indirect. This article extends the study of EU conditionality by including the post-access...

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10.1080/13501760802196580

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Politics and Int Relations
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Author
Publisher:
Routledge
Volume:
15:6
Pages:
842-860
Publication date:
2008-09-06
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uuid:892857f4-6158-46a1-8e18-b6b32e6cf451
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117
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daisy:117

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