OK Corral 140 Years Later: Between Frontier Violence and the Emerging Rule of Law

International Institute for Middle East and Balkan Studies (IFIMES)[1] from Ljubljana, Slovenia, regularly analyses developments in the Middle East, Balkans and also around the world. Ambassador Dr Milan Jazbec, Professor of diplomacy, poet and writer, employed at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia, presents and analyses the world-renowned gunfight at the OK Corral in Tombstone in 1881 and the influence it had on the development of the concept of the rule of law. This is the utmost value that the European integration process has produced throughout its six decades as well as the cornerstone of the democracy as a most advanced form of governance. His article »OK Corral 140 Years Later: Between Frontier Violence and the Emerging Rule of Law« is published in its entirety.