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Lili Di Puppo – The Externalization of JHA Policies in Georgia: Partner or Hotbed of Threats?

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This paper argues that the European Union’s attempts to externalize JHA policies and turn neighbouring countries into partners contributing to its internal security are hampered by numerous factors, including its obvious ambivalence towards these countries 암수살인 다운로드. The limitations of pursuing internal security objectives through a ‘soft’ partnership approach are particularly visible in the South Caucasus. The paper examines the EU’s policies in Georgia and finds that they lack strategic vision and coherence 다운로드. EU activity in Georgia illustrates three major challenges to the export of JHA policies in the neighbourhood: (1) the form of relations between the EU and its supposed partners (‘modes of governance’); (2) the EU’s policies vs 세븐포커 다운로드. local expectations; and (3) the contradictions in the EU’s objectives (democracy vs. efficiency).

Di Puppo, L. (2009). The externalization of JHA policies in Georgia: partner or hotbed of threats? 다운로드. European Integration, 31(1), 103-118.

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Lili di Puppo – Between Hesitation and Commitment: The EU and Georgia after the 2008 War

One major repercussion of the Russian-Georgian war of August 2008 was a significant increase in the EU’s presence in Georgia. With the launch of the Eastern Partnership in May 2009, the deployment of an EU monitoring mission in Georgia and the EU’s participation in the Geneva talks, EU-Georgian relations appear to have entered a new stage 다운로드. The war has also affected Georgia’s foreign policy priorities with the EU acquiring a new significance at the same time as the prospect of NATO integration has become more uncertain one ui. This paper reviews the evolution of EU-Georgian relations since Georgia’s independence and asks whether the post-war context has brought a change in the nature of these relations 굶지마 아이폰.

Di Puppo, L. (2010). Between Hesitation and Commitment: The EU and Georgia after the 2008 War. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program