Crossing Borders

Rethinking the European Union’s Neighborhood Policies

24/10/2011 | by Almut Möller, Cornelius Adebahr, Claire Demesmay, Carsten Främke, Lucas Lypp, Marie-Lena May, Stefan Meister, Katrin Sold, Marek Souček, Ulrike Stern, Marcel Viëtor, Natasha Wunsch

DGAPanalyse 2, August 18, 2011, 100 pp.

Category: European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), Eastern Partnership, European Union, Europe, Eastern Europe

The debt crisis calls for the EU’s full attention – and threatens to supplant the fact that urgent action is needed on Europe’s periphery. The revolutions in North Africa demand answers; further EU enlargement needs to be planned and implemented. There are many common topics that link the European Union and its neighbors, from energy to migration. Thus, cross-border space must be created in which EU policies on a range of topics can be further developed

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