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The Wider Black Sea Region in the 21st Century: Strategic, Economic, and Energy Perspectives

by Daniel Hamilton / Gerhard Mangott (editors)
16 June 2008

The Wider Black Sea Region in the 21st Century: Strategic, Economic, and Energy Perspectives

Daniel Hamilton / Gerhard Mangott (editors)

The Black Sea region, once on the periphery of European consciousness, has become the next frontier in transatlantic strategic thinking in terms of energy security, trade, migration and other key policy areas. In this volume leading international experts examine the new dynamics of the Black Sea region, including perspectives from the region, trans-regional issues such as energy security, cross-border conflicts, democracy, civil rights, the rule of law, and future relations with Russia, the EU, NATO and other key actors. Their contributions result from a collaborative research project organised by the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, the Austrian Institute for International Affairs in Vienna and the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation.

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  • Author
    Daniel Hamilton
    Daniel Hamilton
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    Gerhard Mangott (editors)
    Gerhard Mangott (editors)
The Wider Black Sea Region in the 21st Century: Strategic, Economic, and Energy Perspectives
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