These stifle development, create frustration, slow regional cooperation and isolate it from the rest of Europe. Moving On: Overcoming Balkan Barriers to a European Future provides new insight into the existence and impact of such borders on a range of political, economic, social, cultural and environmental issues and opportunities.
MOVING ON: Overcoming Balkan Barriers to a European Future
Edited by Anna McTaggart & Marcus Tanner
Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence
An initiative of the Robert Bosch Stiftung and ERSTE Foundation, in cooperation with the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network
Published in 2007 by the Balkan Investigative Reporting Regional Network of Obala Kulina bana 10, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Designed by Katarina Stanković-Bjegović.
Cover photograph by Davor Konjkušić, all rights reserved, 2007. www.konjikusic.com
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The Balkans features a proliferation of borders and barriers to movement of people, goods, capital, services, information and ideas, both among the countries that make it up and vis-à-vis the EU.