The accession of Croatia to the EU marked the end of a long and
arduous period of transition. Croatia had to meet significantly
higher criteria than previous states with suspicion and concerns
among existing members about further enlargement increasing.
Meanwhile initially strong public support in Croatia declined as
inconsistencies in EU policy, entry criteria and problems caused by
the economic crisis all combined with fears about the loss of
national identity and the ability to realize national interests.
The successful Croatian accession to the EU in 2013 shows that,
despite concerns on both sides, the EU continues to have meaning
and significance and that membership remains highly desirable.
Through nine mutually interrelated chapters the contributors speak
not only about the political and social situation in Croatia, but
also prospects for the European Union itself.
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