13833>by Jens Boysen Ten years after the democratic revolutions in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), twelve countries from this region, under the so-called Europe Agreements, have entered into the stage of negotiating for accession to the European Union. The fact that, from the EU’s point of view, this process is called “enlargement,” shows the double […]

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