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The European Minority Rights Regime

Towards a Theory of Regime Effectiveness

The European Minority Rights Regime by David J. Galbreath
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The European Minority Rights Regime investigates the cooperation between the EU, OSCE and Council of Europe on minority rights in Europe. It tracks the formation and transformation of this international regime and questions its effectiveness in securing minority rights. The book demonstrates how the three organizations have formalized their linkages and managed their respective mandates in the context of EU enlargement. At the domestic level, the book focuses on three case studies - Latvia, Romania and Bulgaria – with an examination of the impact of inter-organizational cooperation on the status of their respective national minorities. Although cooperation has delivered largely positive change for accession countries, challenges remain for minorities in Europe and the regime's future operation. This book links two key research areas – international regimes and EU integration – to determine why ethnic politics remain a source of contention for the European project.
Palgrave Macmillan; December 2011
229 pages; ISBN 9780230359222
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Title: The European Minority Rights Regime
Author: David J. Galbreath; Joanne McEvoy