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  • Centralism has a long tradition in South-East Europe which was re-enforced in the Communist era. The paper investigates in a comparative and systematic way the current efforts of former Communist SEE countries (plus Slovenia and Croatia
  • ) to decentralize their administrative structures, especially into their efforts to implement self-government with a wider range of powers and an adequate financial endowment at the medium territorial-administrative level between state and communes ; the level
  • With regard to the form of the state territory, the border areas of Croatia are mainly peripheral areas in a socio-economic and in a cultural sense. They are predominantly rural regions with small, elderly and less educated populations, defected
  • of the border areas must be coordinated by institutions on the state, county and local levels. A mutual interest of outside and local investors in local issues would be fruitful. - (IfL)
  • the state. The article presents the results of research that was conducted in the Koroška region to show the way of implementing the state policy of promoting balanced regional development through municipal bodies in the period 1995-2001. It shows
  • into eight development regions, correspondent to the EU NUTS 2 level. Whether the state will enforce the regional level or not is a question for the future. - (IfL)
  • So-called traditional theories of international migration have been criticized by a couple of scholars. A new type of migrant is emerging : transmigrants, i.e. migrants who align their biographies along the horizons of at least two nation states
  • of three neighbouring EU member states : Slovenia, Hungary, and Greece. - (IfL)
  • as a result of the forced (mostly war-time) migrations during the periods 1944-48 and 1991-99. According to the latest census data, the ratio of the dominant nations of the states increased to 87%, parallel with a decreasing share of the minorities
  • The process of integration into the European Community through the formation of cross-border regions and transport corridors makes the state border gradually defunct, decreasing their barrier role. Still the benefits of opening the borders
  • The authors present the state of the urban and rural spaces in Western Romania, taking into consideration not only the situation after Hungary's accession to the EU and the vinicity of the new EU border, but also the processes of the transformation