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Eastern Europe has disappeared, first, in the reemergence of the distinction between Central and Balkan Europe, and second, in the integration of the former to the European Union. Eastern Europe is dead, long live Southeastern Europe. Transitology is out of fashion.
What comes next? The Journal Southeastern Europe does not aim at constructing a new single paradigm but to be a pioneer in contextualization and conceptualization of South East European developments. Three pillars build its theoretical universe:
The journal Southeastern Europe has interest in both results of theoretical research and informed policy debate, implications of research for policy innovation, analysis of the outcome of previous initiatives.
The content of the Journal is structured in six parts:
Brill, The Leiden