Series edited by Wolfgang Petritsch and Christophe Solioz
At the Nomos publishing house

“Southeast European Integration Perspectives” (SEIP) publishes relevant works on the policy issues confronting Southeast Europe written by scholars, analysts, politicians, practitioners and activists, including both internationally recognized authors and emerging regional voices.

SEIP analyses and promotes ongoing processes of transformation, exploring the linkages between an emergent regionalism in South East Europe and the wider European integration.

SEIP combines cutting-edge policy research, interdisciplinary approaches and innovative and provocative thinking which will be of interest to a wide range of readers, including analysts, policy makers, diplomats and scholars and journalists.

SEIP volumes address transition and integration perspectives from a new angle, expose the weaknesses of existing concepts and arguments, or “re-frame” the topic. This might be through the introduction of radical ideas, through the integration of perspectives from other fields or even disciplines, through challenging existing paradigms, or simply through a level of analysis that elevates or sharpens our understanding of a subject.