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National and European Identities in EU Enlargement -- Views from Central and Eastern Europe
by Institute of International Relations
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other (Central European) countries, therefore Slovenia has to profit from this position and within Central Europe (even as a future member of the EU)58 assume the role of the leading connoisseur and adviser on political, economic and other problems of Southeastern Europe. “ establish itself as a Central European :// Central Europe is filled with cities and countries with multiple historical identities. Vilnius in Lithuania is one of the prime examples. Andrea Pipino revisits the city after a year break, and asks why Lithuania has not succumbed to the siren song of central European ://
This chapter investigates elites’ perceptions of potential external and internal threats to a cohesive Europe (enlargement of the EU to include Turkey, close relationships between some EU countries and the United States, interference of Russia in European affairs, increase in nationalism, immigration from non-EU states, negative effects of globalization on welfare, and economic and social :oso//. inclusion of Central and Eastern European countries in the EU. It was then argued that the countries of Central and Eastern Europe have been prioritized in the enlargement process at the expense of Turkey because it was not perceived to be a sufficiently European country of
This cluster synopsis focuses on ‘Pluralism and religious diversity, social cohesion and integration in Europe’, featuring projects funded under the 6th and 7th Framework Pro-grammes for Research. The cluster addresses themes of central importance to Europe, par-ticularly in relation to inclusion and social :// The Lands In Between: The New Eastern Europe in the Twenty-First Century 3 1 Timothy Snyder, in The Reconstruction of Nations: Poland, Ukraine and Belarus, (New Haven: Yale University Press, ) pp. , reminds us that Ukrainians, and
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In the wake of the EU's biggest enlargement, this book explores the adaptation of the constitutions of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) for membership in the European Union. In response to the painful past, these new constitutions were notably closed to transfer of powers to international organizations, and accorded a prominent status to In the wake of the EU's greatest enlargement, this book explores the adaptation of the constitutions of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) for membership in the European :// Book Review - Party Politics in Central and Eastern Europe.
Does EU Membership Matter. Article in Europe Asia Studies 65(10) December with 11 Reads National and European Identities in EU Enlargement -- Views from Central and Eastern Europe (1st Edition) by Petr Drulák, Petr Drulak (Editor) Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / National and European Identities in the EU Enlargement: Views from Central and Eastern Europe.
Prague: Institute of International Relations,S. – Google Scholar Jacoby, Wade: Tutors and Pupils: International Organizations, Central European Elites, and Western :// Baldwin, Richard E., Joseph F. Francois, and Richard Portes. The Costs and Benefits of Eastern Enlargement: The Impact on the EU and Central Europe.
Economic Policy The first in-depth ethnographic monograph on the New Right in Central and Eastern Europe, The Revolt of the Provinces explores the making of right-wing hegemony in Hungary over the last decade.
It explains the spread of racist sensibilities in depressed rural areas, shows how activists, intellectuals and politicians took advantage of popular Get this from a library. Europeanisation, national identities, and migration: changes in boundary constructions between Western and Eastern Europe.
[Willfried Spohn; Anna Triandafyllidou;] -- "The last decade has seen the progressive, but in many ways difficult, reconnection of a divided Europe. Europeanisation, National Identities and Migration concentrates on the changes in collective At the moment when the Central European states’ symbolic ‘return to Europe’ is being realized, director Jan Gogola reflects on the meaning of European Union accession for Central Europeans, on shifting borders and their implications for the construction and understanding of identities of self and other, and on the dynamics of openness and Central European Countries and EU Accession: A Blessing or a Curse.
The end of the Cold War marked the demise of a status quo that had dominated international relations theory and practice since the end of the WWII, and heralded the start of a new paradigm characterised by the collapse of old enemies, the emergence of new countries, international non-state actors and diversified :// This chapter outlines a conceptual framework for understanding the role of the European Union (EU) as an international actor.
This analytical model rests on three 'legs' - interests, institutions and identities. A constant theme throughout has been the limitations of the dominant neo-realist approach to foreign policy analysis, and the need to consider both the material and ideational Perspectives: the Central European Review of International Affairs, 18 (Summer, ): review essay on National and European Identities in EU Enlargement: Views from Central and Eastern Europe, ed.
Petr Drulák, Prague, Institute of International Relations The EU has involved civil society to promote public debate about the enlargement process. This chapter analyses the European Union’s transformative role through the lens of the civil society promotion strategy in candidate countries launched by its enlargement policy, and places this analysis in the wider debate about democracy in the EU, as well as the standing of its enlargement policy in Clash of Identities in Bosnia and Herzegovina Danko Aleksić (Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe - daleksic@) & Vladimir Đorđevic (Masaryk University – dordevic@) In the spring of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), one Pan-European identity is the sense of personal identification with Europe, in a cultural or political concept is discussed in the context of European integration, historically in connection with hypothetical proposals, but since the formation of the European Union (EU) in the s increasingly with regards to the project of ever-increasing federalisation of the :// In the EU's fifth enlargement, a set of legal principles aimed at rectifying gender inequality—and at bolstering the EU's political and economic aspirations—moved transnationally from West to East European states in a metaphorical provisioning of Western bricks for Eastern :// Good neighbourly relations have been part of the European Union’s conditionality requirements since the beginning of its enlargement to central and eastern Europe.
But, lately, settling bilateral disputes in the Western Balkans has become an explicit and much emphasised precondition of further :// Enlarging Europe: The European Union and its Applicants Political Science Y1Y of enlargement to the Central and East European countries, continuing with efforts related to South-Eastern Europe (the Balkans), as well as Turkey.
Issues between the EU, Ukraine, Russia and the Caucasus will also be studied. ‘Russian Views on NATO and Eastern Europe is the eastern part of the European continent. There is no consensus on the precise area it covers, partly because the term has a wide range of geopolitical, geographical, cultural, and socioeconomic connotations.
There are "almost as many definitions of Eastern Europe as there are scholars of the region". A related United Nations paper adds that "every assessment of spatial The European Community has recently been enriched by twelve new members – ten eastern and central European and two Mediterranean states.
This enlargement, on the one hand, will serve to heal a historical wound, closing the rift that divided the soil of Europe with the so-called “Iron Curtain”; on the other, it will open (, European citizen, Europe, identity, state.
European Commission b, Agenda – Volume II– Communication: The Effects on the Union's Policies of Enlargement to the Applicant Countries of Central and Eastern Europe (DOC/97/7), Brussels European Commission c, Agenda – Summary and Conclusions of the Opinions of Commission Concerning the Applications for Membership to the Introduction.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. On the surface, the post-Cold-War evolutionary curve—from high hopes of thoroughly transforming the formerly Soviet-bound Eastern European region to the re-emergence of anxiety about certain Central and Eastern European 1 1 ‘Eastern Europe’ and ‘Central and Eastern Europe’ are used interchangeably in this ://?target=/Many in the old EU member states have “complained about the free movement of people” while many in Central and Eastern Europe do the same for the “opposite” reason.
The author points out how the freedom of movement following the Eastern enlargement had contributed to mass emigration and depopulation in some new EU member states