The concept of “normative power” of the EU as a factor in the successful development of integration processes in the Black Sea region
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- Hiski Haukkala, 2008. "The European Union as a Regional Normative Hegemon: The Case of European Neighbourhood Policy," Europe-Asia Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 60(9), pages 1601-1622.
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Keywordsnormative power; European integration; reforms in EaP countries;
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