Southeast Europe Unit
The Southeast Europe Unit was officially launched in November 1996. Its members research various aspects of the remaking of Southeast Europe in the wake of the collapse of communism in the east, and in the context of an ongoing integration with the west.
The Unit offers an expertise on Balkan affairs that is in many respects unique in the UK, in particular as concerns Bulgaria, Macedonia, Turkey’s relations with Europe, and Russia’s links with Balkan countries.
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