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The foreign policy of the European Union
While there is certainly no lack of topical academic literature, most competing titles would fall short either on the level of theoretical or empirical information on European Union (EU) foreignExpand
Externalizing EU Governance and the European Neighbourhood Policy: Towards a Framework for Analysis
Since 2001/02, the EU has been developing the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) in order to cope with the challenges resulting from this new political landscape. With the exception of Belarus andExpand
EU Governance and the European Neighbourhood Policy: A Framework for Analysis
SINCE 2002 THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU) HAS SOUGHT to flesh out a proximity policy to deal with its immediate vicinity in the light of EU Eastern enlargement. Several labels, such as ‘Eastern (andExpand
The European Union’s Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR): improving multilevel governance in Baltic Sea cooperation?
ABSTRACT Macro-regional strategies – such as the ones for the Baltic Sea, the Danube, the Ionian-Adriatic, and the Alpine regions – constitute new elements of European Union (EU) Cohesion Policy andExpand
Coping with the 'Security-Development Nexus':: The European Community's Instrument for Stability - Rationale and Potential
Challenges to security and development policy alike, such as fragile states, natural disasters and post-conflict reconstruction, are unlikely to respect the institutional boundaries or delimitationExpand
The European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region
The EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR), which was presented by the European Commission in June 2009, is the first macro-regional strategy of the EU. In the words of the EU CommissionerExpand
Macro-regional Strategies, Cohesion Policy and Regional Cooperation in the European Union: Towards a Research Agenda
Since 2009, the European Union has developed strategies for the Baltic Sea, Danube, Adriatic-Ionian and Alpine macro-regions. These macro-regional strategies represent a new tool of European UnionExpand
The Security–Development Nexus in European Union Foreign Relations after Lisbon: Policy Coherence at Last?
One of the 2009 Lisbon Treaty's objectives was to enhance the coherence of EU-level foreign relations by improving collective action. Policy-level innovations included ‘comprehensive’ and ‘joined-up’Expand
Differentiated Integration and Disintegration in a Post-Brexit Era
Assessing the consequences of Brexit on EU policies, institutions and members, this book discusses the significance of differentiation for the future of European integration. This book theoreticallyExpand
'Macro-regionalisation' as a New Form of European Governance: The Case of the Europeans Union's Strategies for the Baltic Sea and the Danube Regions
With the adoption of the EU Strategies for the Baltic Sea Region in 2009 and the Danube Region in 2011, the European Union (EU) set out to forge a new ‘macro-regional’ approach focussing onExpand