|Author (Person)||Gstöhl, Sieglinde, Lannon, Erwan|
|Content Type||Textbook | Monograph|
Should the European Neighbourhood Policy stop at the borders of the European Union’s immediate neighbouring countries?
This book is a study of the ‘neighbours of the EU’s neighbours’, a concept originally introduced by the European Commission with reference to Saharan Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. These regions in the EU’s broader neighbourhood are often perceived as an ‘arc of crisis’ from which manifold challenges emanate for Europe.
This book takes stock of the state of the EU’s cooperation with the neighbours of its neighbours and explores how the concept might help promote security, stability and prosperity beyond the countries which are formally part of the European Neighbourhood Policy. How can the EU create bridges between these regions? What instruments does the EU have at its disposal and how can it link them in order to respond to the challenges and overcome the current fragmentation? One of the conclusions is the suggestion to consider a pragmatic ‘EU Strategy for the Neighbours of its Neighbours’ which addresses the needs of the broader EU neighbourhood in a more systematic and consistent manner and helps transform in the long run the ‘arc of crisis’ into another ‘ring of friends’.
Part I Geopolitical Dimensions beyond the ENP’s South: Sahel and Horn of Africa:
Part II Geopolitical Dimensions beyond the ENP’s East: Arabian Peninsula, Iraq and Iran:
Part III Geopolitical Dimensions beyond the ENP’s East: Central Asia:
Part IV Diplomatic Dimensions beyond the ENP: Lessons for EU Diplomacy:
Conclusion: models of cooperation with the neighbours of the EU’s neighbours, Sieglinde Gstöhl
|Countries / Regions||Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Europe, Middle East, Northern Africa|