The Routledge Handbook on the European Neighbourhood Policy

The Routledge Handbook on the European Neighbourhood Policy

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The Routledge Handbook on the European Neighbourhood Policy is a comprehensive overview of the EU's most important foreign policy project provided by leading experts in the field. Coherently structured and adopting an interdisciplinary approach, it covers the most important themes, developments and dynamics in the EU's neighbourhood policy framework through a series of cutting-edge articles. It will be a key reference point both for advanced-level students, scholars and professionals developing knowledge about the subject, as well as researchers producing new material in the area and beyond. The Routledge Handbook on the European Neighbourhood Policy will be an essential reference for scholars, students, researchers and professionals interested and working in the the fields of EU/European Studies, European Foreign Policy Analysis, Area Studies (Middle-East politics, East European politics), peace research, EU law, and more broadly in political economy, political science, comparative politics, and international more

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  • Hardback | 450 pages
  • 174 x 246mm
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 8 b/w images, 28 tables and 8 line drawings
  • 1138913723
  • 9781138913721

About Tobias Schumacher

Tobias Schumacher is holder of the European Neighbourhood Policy Chair at the College of Europe (Natolin campus). Prior to that, he held teaching and research positions at the Lisbon University Institute, the Euro-Mediterranean Study Commission, the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute in Florence, the German Council on Foreign Relations in Berlin, and the University of Mainz. He was awarded with a Marie Curie Fellowship by the European Commission in 2003/2004 and his article (co-authored with R. Del Sarto) entitled 'From Brussels with love: leverage, benchmarking, and the Action Plans with Jordan and Tunisia', published in Democratization, 18(4), 2011, pp. 932-955, won the scientific award for academic excellence of the University Institute of Lisbon. Andreas Marchetti is owner of politgott and senior fellow at the Center for European Integration Studies (ZEI) at the University of Bonn. Since 2013 he has been training local and regional representatives and officials in the framework of Morocco's process of decentralisation in the Region Marrakesh-Tensift El-Haouz. In 2012/2013 he was fellow of the regional government of North Rhine-Westphalia to teach European Studies in Israel, the Palestinian Territories and Jordan. In 2009/2010 he was visiting researcher at the Institut francais des relations internationales (Ifri) in Paris. Before working as a social entrepreneur, he was employed as project manager at Stiftung Mercator, Essen, and as research fellow at ZEI. Thomas Demmelhuber is assistant professor of political science in the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Hildesheim. From 2008 to 2012 he was a lecturer in Middle East politics at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. In 2011 he was a visiting professor at Cairo University (Faculty of Economics and Political Science). His PhD on EU-Egyptian relations (Nomos Publishing House 2009) was awarded with the German Middle East Studies Association's dissertation prize for best PhD in Middle Eastern studies in 2008. Demmelhuber is publishing extensively on Middle East politics including the role of external actors like the more

Table of contents

Foreword Federica Mogherini Introductory chapter Tobias Schumacher, Andreas Marchetti, and Thomas Demmelhuber Part I: Conceptual, theoretical and legal issues in the study of the ENP 1 Methodological and theoretical challenges to the study of the ENP Theofanis Exadaktylos 2 Neo-Realist approaches to the study of the ENP Adrian Hyde-Price 3 Constructivist approaches to the study of the ENP Petr Kratochvil & Elsa Tulmets 4 What kind of power? The ENP, the EU and role concepts Ian Manners or Michelle Pace 5 The study of the ENP through the lens of critical security studies Asne Kalland Aarstad & Niklas Bremberg 6 Legal perspectives on the study of the ENP Peter Van Elsuwege & Roman Petrov Part II: The EU's neighbourhood as evolving EU borderlands 7 The construction and deconstruction of "neighbourhood" Christopher Browning 8 Narratives of EU foreign policy in the ENP Cristian Nitoiu 9 Of shifting borders and boundaries. The neighbourhood as the EU's buffer zone Raffaella Del Sarto & Andreas Marchetti 10 The re-making of Europe's identity through differentiation Pertti Joenniemi 11 Challenges of a changing southern neighbourhood Thomas Demmelhuber 12 Challenges of a changing eastern neighbourhood Elena Korosteleva Part III: The ENP and EU foreign and security policy 13 Analysing the performance of the ENP Knud-Erik Jorgensen 14 Decision-making within the ENP: The EEAS, the European Commission and neighbourhood partners Hrant Kostanyan 15 The European Parliament as an actor in its own right in the neighbourhood Joanna Kaminska 16 EU member states and the ENP Richard Gillespie & Laure Delcour 17 The EU as an international actor and the ENP Arne Niemann 18 Cohesiveness, coherence, and consistency in the ENP Tanja Borzel 19 The European Security Strategy and the ENP Sven Biscop Part IV: Bilateral relations and conflicts in the neighbourhood 20 Bilateralism and multilateralism in the ENP Federica Bicchi 21 Peace-building and conflict resolution in the ENP Stefan Wolff 22 The ENP and CSDP missions in the neighbourhood Dimitris Bouris & Madalina Dobrescu 23 Ukraine and Belarus Michal Natorski & Giselle Bosse 24 Moldova and South Caucasus Florent Parmentier & Licinia Simao 25 EU-Maghreb relations Irene Fernandez Molina & Isabelle Werenfels 26 EU-Mashreq relations Ann-Kristin Jonasson 27 Israel and Palestine Sharon Pardo & Patrick Muller 28 The ENP and the civil wars in Libya and Syria Nicole Koenig Part V: Sectoral cooperation 29 Trade and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade agreements Bernhard Hoekman 30 Energy Anna Herranz-Surralles 31 Migration Petra Bendel 32 Climate change and environmental protection Angelos Katsaris 33 Counter-terrorism cooperation Christian Kaunert 34 Aid and development Jan Orbie Part VI: The ENP and the promotion of EU values and norms in the neighbourhood 34 Perceptions of the ENP and its values and norms promotion Sonia Lucarelli 35 Europeanization, socialization, conditionality, differentiation Sandra Lavenex and/or Frank Schimmelfennnig 36 The promotion of good governance and the rule of law Anna Khakee & Richard Youngs 37 Democracy promotion by functional cooperation Tina Freyburg 38 The ENP and trilateral cooperation modes in democracy promotion Michele Knodt & Marianne Kneuer 39 Human rights promotion Nicole Wichmann 40 The promotion of civil society Nathalie Tocci Part VII: Perspectives and the Future of the ENP 41 The ENP and Islamist actors in the neighbourhood Sarah Wolff 42 Between competition and complementarity: The ENP and external actors' engagement in the neighbourhood Tobias Schumacher 43 The ENP and the need for a grand strategy Richard Whitman 44 Centering vs. decentering the neighbourhood. EU-neighbourhood relations after the entering-into-force of the Lisbon Treaty Kalypso Nicolaidis 45 The ENP revisited: The neighbours of the neighbours Sieglinde Gstohl & Erwan Lannon 46 A practitioner's view I: Towards greater assertiveness? The EU and Eastern Partnership countries in the context of the war in Ukraine Jacek Saryusz-Wolski 47 A practitioner's view II: More for less? The EU, the ENP and southern neighbourhood partner countries in a post-Arab Spring context Ana Gomesshow more