Identity Construction through the ENP: Borders and Boundaries, Insiders and Outsiders
The basic conceptual argument for looking at the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) through the prism of identity construction is that this offers a unique frame of reference that is potentially capable of providing a more profound understanding of the European Union — both as an international actor and as source of foreign policy in the international system.
KeywordsMember State Foreign Policy International Actor International Affair Identity Construction
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