The newest issue of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies is available online now. In this issue, Ersin Kalaycioglu discusses Turkish party system leaders, Effie Fokas provides a case study of immigrant welfare in one town in Greece, Milenko Petrovic & Nicholas Ross Smith analyse the future EU enlargement prospects for the Western Balkans, in light of Croatian, Bulgarian and Romanian membership and Nevenka Čučković, Krešimir Jurlin & Valentina Vučković examine the regional competitiveness of areas of Croatia. In addition, Lois Labrianidis & Nikos Vogiatzis discuss the mutually reinforcing relationship between international migration of highly educated labour force and economic crisis in Greece. This issue also includes reviews of works by Alexandros Nafpliotis, Michael Mitsopoulos & Theodore Pelagidis, Arolda Elbasani, John Bew, and Pantelis Sklias & Nikolaos Tzifakis

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