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New Insights on the European Neighbourhood Policy

International Relations
Regionalism
Policy-Making
P048
Andy Smith
Institut d'Études Politiques de Bordeaux
Benedetta Voltolini
Kings College London

Building: 9RC, Room: 933

Wednesday 16:00 - 17:45 (13/06/2018)


Abstract

This panel brings together papers that look at the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) from different theoretical and analytical perspectives. The contributions explore how normative competition between liberal and illiberal powers has an impact on ENP countries, how perceptions and expectations shape the ENP, and how different actors, notably member states and epistemic communities, contribute to the policy-making process leading to the ENP.

Title Details
Crisis, Coordination and Coherence: European Decision-Making and the 2015 European Neighbourhood Policy Review View Paper Details
Seen From the Outside: Russian Perspectives on the European Union’s External Democratisation Policy in the East View Paper Details
Constructing Bridges and Fostering Growth: Interdisciplinary Insights into EU Role Conceptions and Prescriptions View Paper Details
The Role of Epistemic Communities in the EU’s Foreign Policy towards its Neighbouring Countries View Paper Details
Competing Political Models and the Prospects for Political Change in the European Neighbourhood View Paper Details