University of agribusiness and rural development, Fiscal policy, globalization and economic growth: sustainable development challenges and perspectives

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Ljupcho Stevkovski, Shejnasi Memeti

Last modified: 2020-02-27


In its essence migrations are treated as a phenomenon of globalization. On the other hand, Brexit, the policies of the Visegrad Group and the United States in terms of migration, are assessed as anti-globalization measures. Also, the growth of right-wing extremism globally threatens the global economic as well as political and security order. The paper focuses on "uncontrolled" migration as a threat and the consequences of globalization. The aim is to prove that uncontrolled migration and illegal migration, as their subform, will inevitably lead to the closure of states within their borders, the growth of homophobia and the rise of nationalist and right extremist parties. This, coupled with the growth of youth unemployment, can be an introduction to the end of globalist projects such as the European Union. Western Balkan countries follow these processes with particular attention because of their interest in joining the EU. The current processes of uncertainty and promises from Brussels that this will happen one good day have serious implications for the development and stability of the region, not just WB, but we can freely say the whole region of Southeast Europe. The crisis of globalization will certainly have the effect of opening up more local crises and conflicts.



globalization, migration, European Union, Western Balkans, conflicts