Who are the balkans?
The Balkans are are a vast peninsula in south-east Europe. The word also refers to the region and the countries in it. Please see the link below.
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Answer . The Balkan states are those countries on the Balkan Penisula, which is located in South-East Europe and includes Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Serbia, Bos…nia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macdeonia, Romania, and part of Turkey.
The Balkan Penninsula is actaully Greece. Greece is located in Europe by the Adriatic & Medditeranean Sea. Hope this comes out handy, from what i learned in social studies! (…:
Balkanization means being split into several small states of countries. Since 1871 German has been one country, except in during the Cold War. From 1815 to 1866-71 Germany co…nsisted of about 39 practically sovereign states, and before about 1790 there about 360 German states (roughly one for every day of the year) - again almost sovereign.
The Balkans (or the Balkan Peninsula) is located in Southeastern Europe.
It is separating those regions of the country which continue to serve as "immigrant gateways" from the remainder of the national territory where the new immigration makes much… smaller or negligible contributions to growth.
In SE Europe. From NE Italy running south of the Danube through Croatia, Bosnia & Serbia to Bulgaria & Macedonia.
No, Poland is a unitary state and it's very homogenous. 97% of citizens are of Polish nationality (it's considered the most homogenous nation in the world). There is a r…egion in Poland called Silesia where some of its citizens claim they are separate nation but the vast majority of Silesians consider themselves Polish as well.
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The Balkans may also be referred to as Southeastern Europe or evenEastern Europe.
Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Greece, Romania, Kosovo, Turkey. If you meant during WW1, there was just Greece…, Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania and Austrian-Hungarian Empire
The division of a political unit (country) into smaller units.
Balkan nationalism refers to the desire of the various ethnic groups living on the Balkan Peninsula to have countries of their own. Balkan nationalism led to World War 1.
The Balkans are a peninsula itself: the Balkan Peninsula.
Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina,Montenegro, Turkey, Albania.
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