The Future of Southeastern Europe: The Emerging Political Geography
The fourth Liechtenstein Colloquium on European and International Affairs, "The Future of Southeastern Europe: The Emerging Political Geography," was held in Vaduz, Liechtenstein on November 17-18, 1995. The conference developed into a meeting of experts that paralleled the negotiation in Dayton, Ohio, for a peace agreement for Bosnia, Croatia, and rump Yugoslavia. Experts from 15 countries and regions discussed potential impacts of the Dayton Peace Agreement, demonstrating the potentially catastrophic impact that striving for independence may have even in Europe at the end of the twentieth century. Sessions included: The Meaning of Borders and Geography, Eastern European Enlargement, The Emerging Regional Geopolitical Balance, and The Situation After the Dayton Talks.