Article from the 39th workshop of the Study Group “Regional Stability in South East Europe”. The workshop was conducted in Split, Croatia, from 26 to 29 September, 2019. Under the overarching title “Croatia’s Upcoming EU Presidency – A Catalyst for South East Europe?” 31 experts from the southeast European region and other parts of Europe, international organizations and major stake holder nations met under the umbrella of the PfP Consortium of Defence Academies and Security Studies Institutes and the Austrian Ministry of Defence, represented through its National Defence Academy and the Directorate General for Security Policy. The workshop was supported by the regional partner, the Institute for Development and International Relations from Zagreb.
The EU and the Western Balkans at a Crossroads
in Predrag Jureković and Sandro Knezović (eds), Croatia’s EU Presidency 2020 – A Catalyst for South East Europe?, Vienna, Federal Ministry of Defence, 2020, p. 31-39