Balkan Politics and Society
ISSN 2698-9778 (Print)
ISSN 2940-3847 (Online)
The book series Balkan Politics and Society (BPS), launched in 2018, focuses on original empirical research on understudied aspects of the multifaceted historical, political, and cultural trajectories of the Balkan region.
The series includes:
- Discussions on the political systems of the Balkan states, including single country case studies and comparative research
- Analyses of relevant policy fields
- Studies of the link between contemporary political issues and historical debates
- Historical debates on the Balkan states
- Analyses of the social and economic reality of the region
- Research on the evolution and development of different cultures in the region
- Discussions on the evolution of the various societies in the Balkan
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