Journals Higher Education

$30.95

Paperback

Published: 01 February 2015

272 Pages | 3 Figures, 3 Graphs

9.2 x 6.1 inches

ISBN: 9780719096778


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Governing Europe's neighbourhood

Partners or periphery?

edited by Weber Katja, Smith Michael E., and Baun Michael

Published by Manchester University Press

  • The first book to deal with the topic of the European Neighbourhood policy (ENP), and thus the boundaries of wider Europe, in a comprehensive way
  • Examines the EU's relations with its neighbouring countries to the East and South, using a common analytical framework devised by the contributors through a series of workshops and conferences
  • Offers seven critical case studies that analyse the full range of specific sectors of the ENP as outlined by the European Commission
  • Each of these case study chapters provides a comparison of EU policies towards countries in different regions and considers the problems posed by diversity for the implementation of the ENP
  • Provides a systematic analysis of the relationship between the EU's efforts on this region and those of the United States, examining the prospects for conflict and cooperation between the EU and US across a range of problems and countries
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