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The ENP as an instrument for building a security community? The case of Moldova
This contribution analyses if and how the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and the Eastern Partnership (EaP) work as security community-building instruments in EU–Moldova relations –whether, howExpand
Mapping EU diplomatic practices and EU diplomatic performance in Eastern Europe
Drawing on fieldwork conducted in Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus, this paper explores practices of European cooperation abroad, shows how EU diplomatic actors identify a common approach and emphasizesExpand
EU External Representation Post-Lisbon: The Performance of EU Diplomacy in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine
The European Union (EU) today has quasi-embassies at its disposal in third countries — the EU delegations — which represent the Union’s eyes, ears and face. Following the Treaty of Lisbon, theseExpand
Assessing the performance of the European Union in Central and Eastern Europe and in its neighbourhood
More than a decade after the big bang enlargement, it seems that the European Union (EU) and its Central and Eastern European member-states have mutually adapted to one another. The debates regardingExpand
The EU’s Eastern Partnership with Moldova: A ‘Best-Case’ Scenario for EU Security Community-Building?
Do the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and the Eastern Partnership (EaP) work as security community-building instruments in European Union (EU)–Moldova relations and, if so, how? Adopting theExpand
The on-going violence in Ukraine demonstrates the weakness of EU crisis diplomacy
Despite a ceasefire being announced in Ukraine on 5 September, violence has continued, with the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights announcing on 20 November that an estimated 13 people a day haveExpand
Practice and performance: EU diplomacy in Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus after the inauguration of the European External Action Service, 2010–2015
The aim of this thesis is to critically assess the diplomatic performance of the European Union (EU) in its neighbourhood, namely in Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus after the inauguration of theExpand
EU and member state diplomacies in Moldova and Ukraine: Examining EU diplomatic performance post-Lisbon
The Lisbon Treaty proclaims the need for a stronger, more efficient, more coherent European Union (EU) in the international arena. In the area of external relations, the post-Lisbon EU embraces theExpand
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