02 Nov 2010

Rendez-vous with Eastern Europe

Michael Emerson

0
Download Publication

2207 Downloads

With multiple top-level political meetings scheduled in the near future to review progress of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and the Eastern Partnership (EaP), Michael Emerson examines the EU’s posture in two key areas – free trade and visa liberalisation – where something could be done promptly and which would mean something tangible for the states in the region. Instead, he is disappointed to report that the EU has devised long, long processes of conditionality for the partner countries to meet and has deferred concrete benefits to the distant future.
Michael Emerson is Senior Research Fellow and head of the EU Foreign, Security and Neighbourhood Policies research programme at CEPS. He is the former EU ambassador to Russia.
 

Related Publications

Browse through the list of related publications.

Multi-Layered Actions?

Sustaining Partnerships in the EU Integrated Approach to Conflicts and Crises

The Recovery and Resilience Facility

A springboard for a renaissance of public investments in Europe?

Limitations on Human Mobility in Response to COVID-19

A preliminary mapping and assessment of national and EU policy measures, their sanctioning frameworks, implementation tools and enforcement practices

Central bank digital currencies

Can central banks succeed in the marketplace for digital monies?

EU defence projects

Balancing Member States, money and management

Between politics and inconvenient evidence

Assessing the Renewed EU Action Plan against migrant smuggling