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AbstractThe 1999 Southeast Europe Stability Pact aims at democratic and economic reforms and at the restructuring of existing agreements and relationships ; provisions concerning domestic security are examined. Objectives related to justice and domestic security include fighting corruption, managing immigration and asylum, and training police. Measures undertaken under the Southeast European Cooperation Initiative to facilitate regional cooperation against international crime are evaluated. These multilateral efforts have not succeeded. A bilateral approach shows more promise collaborative achievements between Italy and Albania illustrate both the potential and persisting challenges of bilateral strategies.