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Extending the Geographical Scope of the ENP: The Neighbours of the EU’s Neighbours

Erwoan Lannon (UGent)
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The concept of the “neighbours of the EU’s neighbours” appeared for the first time within the 2006 communication of the European Commission on “strengthening the ENP”1, the main idea being to “look beyond the Union’s immediate neighbourhood” and to see if bridges could be built between the areas covered by the latter and Africa, Central Asia and the Gulf.
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Mediterranean, Neighbours of the EU’s Neighbours, European Neighbourhood Policy, Africa, Middle East, Central Asia, Arabian Gulf

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MLA
Lannon, Erwoan. “Extending the Geographical Scope of the ENP: The Neighbours of the EU’s Neighbours.” European Neighbourhood Policy Review. Ed. Senen Florensa. Vol. 6. Barcelona: Iemed, 2016. 26–32. Print.
APA
Lannon, Erwoan. (2016). Extending the Geographical Scope of the ENP: The Neighbours of the EU’s Neighbours. In S. Florensa (Ed.), European neighbourhood policy review (Vol. 6, pp. 26–32). Barcelona: Iemed.
Chicago author-date
Lannon, Erwoan. 2016. “Extending the Geographical Scope of the ENP: The Neighbours of the EU’s Neighbours.” In European Neighbourhood Policy Review, ed. Senen Florensa, 6:26–32. Barcelona: Iemed.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Lannon, Erwoan. 2016. “Extending the Geographical Scope of the ENP: The Neighbours of the EU’s Neighbours.” In European Neighbourhood Policy Review, ed. Senen Florensa, 6:26–32. Barcelona: Iemed.
Vancouver
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Lannon E. Extending the Geographical Scope of the ENP: The Neighbours of the EU’s Neighbours. In: Florensa S, editor. European neighbourhood policy review. Barcelona: Iemed; 2016. p. 26–32.
IEEE
[1]
E. Lannon, “Extending the Geographical Scope of the ENP: The Neighbours of the EU’s Neighbours,” in European neighbourhood policy review, vol. 6, S. Florensa, Ed. Barcelona: Iemed, 2016, pp. 26–32.
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  author       = {Lannon, Erwoan},
  booktitle    = {European neighbourhood policy review},
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