A forced distance. The limits of EEC-Yugoslav relations in the 1970s

Author/s Benedetto Zaccaria
Publishing Year 2016 Issue 2015/37 Language Italian
Pages 25 P. 103-127 File size 236 KB
DOI 10.3280/XXI2015-037005
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During the 1970s, the relationship between the European Economic Community (EEC) and Yugoslavia was characterised by a paradox: the development of bilateral relations did not lead to the progressive integration between the parties, but to Yugoslavia’s definitive separation from the EEC. Drawing on a wide range of Community, French, British, German, Italian and Yugoslav archival sources, this article addresses the political factors which constrained this relationship and obliged the EEC and Yugoslavia to keep a "forced distance".

Keywords: EEC; Yugoslavia; Mediterranean; Soviet Union; Southern Europe; Non-alignment

Benedetto Zaccaria, Una distanza obbligata. I limiti delle relazioni tra Cee e Jugoslavia nell’Europa degli anni Settanta in "VENTUNESIMO SECOLO" 37/2015, pp 103-127, DOI: 10.3280/XXI2015-037005