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Political Criteria vs. Political Conditionality: Comparative analysis of Slovenian and Croatian European Union accession processes

Regime Change in Post-Communist Europe, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan). Regional Cooperation Council. 2014. Overview. Available at: http://www.rcc.int/pages/2/overview. Rettman, A., 2012. Slovenia puts €172mn price tag on Croatia’s EU entry. EUObserver, 21 September. Available at: http://euobserver.com/enlargement/117629. Roter, P. and Bojinović, A., 2005. ‘Croatia and the European Union: a troubled relationship’. Mediterranean Politics, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 447-54. Schimmelfennig, F. and Sedelmeier, U

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Small New Member States in the EU Foreign Policy: Toward ‘Small State Smart Strategy’?

. The new member states and the making of EU foreign policy. European Foreign Affairs Review. II, pp. 143–162. Fiott, D. 2010. How Europeanized has Maltese foreign policy become? Mediterranean Quarterly , 21(3), pp. 104–118. Galbreath, D. J. Lašas, A and Lamoreaux, J, W. 2008. Continuity and Change in the Baltic Sea Region: Comparing Foreign Policies , Amsterdam: Rodopi B. V. Galbreath, D.J. and Lamoreaux, J, W. 2010. The Baltic States as ‘Small States’ negotiating the ‘East’ by engaging the ‘West’. The Journal of Baltic Studies , 39(1), pp. 1

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