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Prospects for Central-Eastern Europe in 2016

Friday, November 20, 2015


Prospects for Central-Eastern Europe in 2016.


The collapse of the political left underlines a populist shift in the Central European-Baltic (CEB) political landscape. This is unlikely to reverse, owing to geopolitical tensions across the EU arising from the migrant crisis. South-eastern Europe (SEE) will remain in heightened volatility in 2016, weakened by international crises and problems of governance, corruption and ethnic division, the major flashpoints being Bosnia-Hercegovina, Kosovo and Macedonia.

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