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Professor Adam Fagan is Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University. His publications include Europe's Balkan Dilemma: Path's to State building or Civil Society?, I.B. Tauris 2010, and Environment and Democracy in the Czech Republic: The Environmental Movement in the Transition Process, Elgar 2004, as well as a number of journal articles on environment, civil society and governance in transition countries. His research focuses on the Europeanization of the former Yugoslav states of the Western Balkans. Personal Page


Dr Slobodan Markovich is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Belgrade. His publications include a monograph on Serbian economist, politician and diplomat, Chedomille Miyatovich (Cedomilj Mijatovic, Viktorijanac medju Srbima, Belgrade, 2006) and a monograph on British-(Balkan) Serbian relations: British Perceptions of Serbia and the Balkans 1903-1906 (Paris, 2000). His research interests include the construction of ethnic, national and religious Identities in the Balkans, British-Balkan Relations and the  history of European pessimism. Personal Page


Tena Prelec is a Doctoral Researcher at the School of Law, Politics and Sociology at the University of Sussex and Eastern Europe Editor of the LSE's EUROPP - European Politics and Policy blog, LSE European Institute. Her doctoral research, on the political economy of South Eastern Europe, is concerned with the intersection of the economic transition and the development of informal practices in the energy sector. She is furthermore a keen analyst and commentator on party politics and elections throughout the post-Yugoslav space. Her latest publications include "The UAE as an Emerging Actor in the Western Balkan: The Case of Strategic Investment in Serbia" (with Bartlett et al., Journal of Arabian Studies, 2017), "Measuring Corruption in Transition Countries: How to Go beyond Perceptions?", in Western Balkans Integrating in the EU: Challenges, Policies, Issues (Richet, X. and Redzepagic, S. eds., Paris: CEMAFI, 2016), and a joint report with the Barcelona-based think tank CIDOB on Brexit and its impact on Europe (2016). She is currently leading a research project on the political attitudes of the Serbian diaspora, with a view to extending it to other SEE countries in the future. Tena is the recipient of a full ESRC award for her doctoral studies.