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European Union engagement in Southeastern Europe (SEE) attempts to control the negative consequences of the collapse of the old communist regimes. These 'soft security' concerns include justice and home affairs, environment, and energy. Through the transfer of policies and regulations, and by norm diffusion, the EU is able to operate beyond the borders of its formal, legal authority. In managing its perceived vulnerability, the EU imposes strict conditionality on countries in SEE. Asdoi:10.1515/soeu-2015-630303 fatcat:42fzcjlmjbg63adbhzd3jd63u4