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|Title:||Turning nationalists into EU supporters: the case of Croatia|
|Citation:||Jovic D (2011) Turning nationalists into EU supporters: the case of Croatia. In: Rupnik Jacques (ed.). The Western Balkans and the EU: 'the hour of Europe'. Chaillot Paper, 126, 126, Paris: European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS), pp. 33-45.|
|Publisher:||European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS)|
|Series/Report no.:||Chaillot Paper, 126, 126|
|Abstract:||From introduction: Providing that nothing unexpected happens in the last phase of the accession talks between Croatia and the European Union, it is likely that they will be completed in the autumn of this year. Once the Treaty of Accession is signed, it will be followed by a referendum in Croatia on joining the European Union, which – providing there is sufficient support for EU membership among Croatian voters – will in turn be followed by a longer process of national ratification in the EU Member States. Although no date has been officially set, even for the completion of the accession talks, Croatian political leaders hope for EU entry on 1 January 2013,1 while EU officials indicate that this might not happen before the end of 2013 or even in 20142 provided there are no further complications in the ratification proc|
|Rights:||The publisher has granted permission for use of this book chapter in this Repository. The chapter was first published in The Western Balkans and the EU: 'the hour of Europe', Chaillot Paper 126 published by European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS).|
|Type:||Part of book or chapter of book|
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