Tribune européenne, Futuribles Journal n° 424

Géopolitique - Institutions

The Forward March of the European Neighbourhood Policy Halted?

The worsening geopolitical context around the borders of the European Union (Ukraine, Georgia, Syria) and the aggressive attitudes of Russia and Turkey towards several member states raise questions about the pertinence of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) being pursued by the EU today. That policy is based on the European Union Treaty, which encourages the development of “a special relationship with neighbouring countries, aiming to establish an area of prosperity and good neighbourliness, founded on the values of the Union and characterized by close and peaceful relations based on cooperation.” How is it being pursued today? Is it still appropriate to the context? Jean-François Drevet looks into the ENP, stressing the need to review its detailed implementation and proposing some ways that it might be revised by adapting it to developments within the geographical and strategic environment of the EU.

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