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European Neighbourhood Policy: Geopolitics Between Integration and Security (New Geographies of Europe)

European Neighbourhood Policy: Geopolitics Between Integration and Security (New Geographies of Europe)

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Publication Date: September 26th, 2016
Publisher:
Palgrave MacMillan
ISBN:
9781137485656
Pages:
242
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Description

Chapter 1. Introduction; Bettina Bruns, Dorit Happ and Helga Zichner.- Chapter 2. Scale Up, Harry Discursive Transition (and Continuity) in the EU's 'Area of Freedom, Security and Justice' between 1995 and 2014; Frank Meyer.- Chapter 3. Extra-Territorial Migration Control from a Principal-Agent Perspective: Actors, Mechanisms and Delegation Costs; Lena Laube and Andreas M ller.- Chapter 4. Democratizing EU Democracy Assistance? The EU's Perspective on Civil Society; Micha Fiedlschuster.- Chapter 5. Both In-Between and Out: National Sovereignty and Cross-Border Governmentality in the Euro 2012 in Lviv; Andrey Makarychev and Alexandra Yatsyk.- Chapter 6. The EaP Achievements in Ukraine and Georgia: Public Opinion vs. Institutional Changes; Tetiana Kostiuchenko and Liubov Akulenko.- Chapter 7. The EU's Extra-Territorialization and Securitization: What Does it Mean for Ukraine and Belarus?; Bettina Bruns and Dorit Happ.- Chapter 8. The EU's Education Policy Abroad: The 'Power of Attraction' and the Case of Moldova; Helga Zichner and Vladislav Saran.- Chapter 9. The Western Balkan Inside, Outside and Between the European Union: About the Nexus between Regional Cooperation, European Integration and Security Sector Reforms; Stefanie Dreiack.- Chapter 10. Mapping European Cultural Actors: Addressing the Case of Belarus; Iryna Matsevich-Dukhan.

About the Author

Bettina Bruns is Schumpeter Fellow at the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, Leipzig, Germany. She is head of the project 'Within the Ring of Secure Neighbours'. Her research interests include borders, migration, informal economies and ethnographic methods. Dorit Happ is a researcher at the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, Leipzig, Germany. Her research interests cover EU foreign policy, regional development in Belarus and Ukraine, and migration flows and their implications for cultural and spatial identities. Helga Zichner is a researcher at the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, Leipzig, Germany. Her research interests focus regionally on Romania and Moldova and thematically on questions of trust and civil society in general, and the societal implications of Moldova's integration into EU structures.