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The European Union and its Eastern Neighbourhood

Europeanisation and its Twenty-First-Century Contradictions

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The European Union and its Eastern Neighbourhood
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This volume is timely in that it explores key issues which are currently at the forefront of the EU's relations with its eastern neighbours. It considers the impact of a more assertive Russia, the significance of Turkey, the limitations of the Eastern Partnership with Belarus and Moldova, the position of a Ukraine in crisis and pulled between Russia and the EU, security and democracy in the South Caucasus. It looks at the contested nature of European identity in areas such as the Balkans. In addition it looks at ways in which the EU's interests and values can be tested in sectors such as trade and migration. The interplay between values, identity and interests and their effect on the interpretation of europeanisation between the EU and its neighbours is a core theme of the volume. -- .

Author Biography

Paul Flenley is Subject Leader and Principal Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the University of Portsmouth; Michael Mannin is Jean Monnet Chair in European Politics at the University of Portsmouth -- .
Release date NZ
January 17th, 2018
Contributors
Contributions by Kamil Calus Contributions by Marcin Kosienkowski Contributions by Monika Eriksen Contributions by Nadia Burenko Contributions by Nora Siklodi Contributions by Paul Flenley Contributions by Tatiana Romanova Contributions by Teodor Lucian Moga Edited by Mike Mannin Edited by Paul Flenley
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Manchester University Press
Pages
280
ISBN-13
9781526109095
Product ID
26877755

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