'The real and the imaginary in the construction of the European borders'
It is well known that the Balkan studies became very popular into the context of the 90’s, because of the interest, improved from the post modern academic world, for the issues related to the identity from one side and the specific events that took place at a part of the Balkan area from the other. Today the results of all this investigation and research that happened the last 15 years have been spread everywhere there is an interest and concern for the Balkans and the concepts related to them like e.g. Balkanisation. Most of the scholars and culture persons are aware of the analysis, the terms and the concepts of these studies, no matter if they are coming from this or that Balkan country or not from the Balkans at all. And in the end if one examines with scrutiny this argumentation will probably agree with that, that some authors like S. Zizek or S. Green are claiming: every observation that analyses or arguments about the Balkans is as ‘’Balkanised’’ as are the Balkans themselves.
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