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The European neighbourhood policy reviewed : shifting from value- driven to classical foreign policy

Hrant Kostanyan (UGent)
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After the Cold War the EU’s policies towards the countries of the former Communist bloc were predominantly values driven. However, 11 years after introduction of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and six years after the Eastern Partnership, the EU’s drive for promotion of democracy and human right has slowed down. Three variables account for this ‘normative emptying’ of EU policies vis-à-vis the post-Soviet space: 1) the resistance of neighbours to EU promoted reforms, 2) the EU’s inconsistent reaction to human rights violations and 3) contestation of its objectives by Russia

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Kostanyan, Hrant. 2016. “The European Neighbourhood Policy Reviewed : Shifting from Value- Driven to Classical Foreign Policy.” In Institutionally Blind? International Organisations and Human Rights Abuses in the Former Soviet Union, ed. Adam Huge, 17–21. London: The Foreign Policy Centre.
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Kostanyan, H. (2016). The European neighbourhood policy reviewed : shifting from value- driven to classical foreign policy. In A. Huge (Ed.), Institutionally blind? International organisations and human rights abuses in the former Soviet Union (pp. 17–21). London: The Foreign Policy Centre.
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Kostanyan H. The European neighbourhood policy reviewed : shifting from value- driven to classical foreign policy. In: Huge A, editor. Institutionally blind? International organisations and human rights abuses in the former Soviet Union. London: The Foreign Policy Centre; 2016. p. 17–21.
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Kostanyan, Hrant. “The European Neighbourhood Policy Reviewed : Shifting from Value- Driven to Classical Foreign Policy.” Institutionally Blind? International Organisations and Human Rights Abuses in the Former Soviet Union. Ed. Adam Huge. London: The Foreign Policy Centre, 2016. 17–21. Print.
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  pages        = {17--21},
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  title        = {The European neighbourhood policy reviewed : shifting from value- driven to classical foreign policy},
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  year         = {2016},
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