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The European Neighbourhood Policy in Perspective

Context, Implementation and Impact

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  • © 2010


Part of the book series: Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics (PSEUP)

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About this book

Contributors offer new approaches to the study of the European Neighbourhood Policy. While the main emphasis is on the empirical assessment of the impact that the ENP has had to-date and on the factors that have shaped its implementation, it also provides new theoretical and methodological perspectives on how to study this policy area.

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Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Introduction

  2. Making Sense of the European Neighbourhood Policy — Contextualising a Policy Departure

  3. The European Neighbourhood Policy in Practice — Assessing Implementation and Impact

  4. Conclusion


'This collection provides an excellent overview of the ENP's main features and challenges.' - Toby Vogel, European Voice

'an important source for students of EU external policies by providing a systematic background to the ENP and neighbouring

countries.' Journal of Common Market Studies

'this collection provides the reader with an extensive overview of the ENP and its weaknesses.' Karen Smith, West European Politics.

Editors and Affiliations

  • University of Bath, UK

    Richard G. Whitman

  • University of Birmingham, UK

    Stefan Wolff

About the editors

FEDERICA BICCHI Lecturer in International Relations of Europe at the Department of International Relations, London School of Economics, UK SVEN BISCOP Director of the Security and Global Governance Programme at Egmont The Royal Institute for International Relations in Brussels, Belgium CARLOS ECHEVERRÍA JESÚS Professor of International Relations at the Spanish National Open University-UNED in Madrid, Spain CARMEN GEBHARD Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna, Austria and Associate Fellow at the Institute for Peace Support and Conflict Management at the Austrian National Defence Academy. NARINE GHAZARYAN Research Student at School of Law, University of Nottingham, UK HISKI HAUKKALA Special Adviser at the Unit for Policy Planning and Research at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland. CHRISTINE PIHLKJÆR JENSEN Political Consultant for the Danish Financial Services Union (Finansforbundet). IAN MANNERS Head of the EU unit and Senior Researcher at the Danish Institute for International Studies, Copenhagen, Denmark ANTONIO MISSIROLI Director of Studies at the European Policy Centre in Brussels, Belgium ANNEMARIE PEEN RODT is a research associate and doctoral candidate at the University of Nottingham, UK STEN RYNNING Professor of International Relations at the Department of Political Science at the University of Southern Denmark. GWENDOLYN SASSE Professorial Fellow at Nuffield College and a University Reader inComparative Politics in the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, UK BEN TONRA Director of the UCD College of Human Sciences' Graduate School and Jean Monnet Professor of European Foreign, Security and Defence Policy at the UCD School of Politics and International Relations, Republic of Ireland

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