Borders in the Balkans: Longevity in the Postmodern Era

Author questions the nature of the border in general and in the Balkans in particular in the postmodern context. Denying presumption of the immutability (saving consensual arrangement) of the borders as a fact of 50-60 years experience after the 2nd World War, he analyses the longevity of current state borders in the South East Europe. Having in mind the interests of some of the major world powers, and the ongoing process of globalisation aimed toward the creation of a globally controlled society, with the paradigmatic transformation, the Balkan borders are set to transform.

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