Part 3 Book Reviews ∵ Katharina Crepaz The Impact of Europeanization on Minority Communities (Springer, Wiesbaden, 2016, isbn 978-36-58-12115-0 (paperback)) The impact of the European Union as well as the process widely known as Europeanization 1 on the communities of national minorities has been incr - eas ingly receiving attention in scholarly literature in recent y 2 Yet, contr ears. ary to the legal framework of the Council of Europe with its numerous multilateral conventions 3 the , acquis of the European Union is, arguably, relatively silent when it comes to the delicate subject of the protection of national minori - ties4 . Save for the attempts of the European Parliament to promote minority languages and culture, national minorities did not figure prominently on the agenda of the EU until the mid-1990s. It is precisely at this important crossroad that the book The Impact of Europeanization on Minority Communities provides valuable insights for scholars and practitioners alike and aims to fill significant research gaps. The collapse of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia in the early 1990s trig - gered a pivotal change in this particular respect. The dissolution of Yugoslavia quickly escalated to violence, which was targeted deliberately against
European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online – Brill
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