The frontiers of Europe in the light of the Wider EuropeÕs strategy
The article analyses the nowadays advancement of the European Union to the East of the continent through the prism of the gradual shift of its geopolitical, geoeconomic and institutional frontiers that includes four fundamental components: basic stabilization and democratization, economic association and, eventually, institutional accession of the former Òsocialist countriesÓ to the EU. We suggest the Wider EuropeÕs strategy to be the prolongation of the EU policy of Òdeliberate uncertaintyÓ carried out regarding the CIS European countries.
Volume (Year): 2 (2004)
Issue (Month): Summer ()
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