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Jean-François Drevet

Jean-François Drevet

Graduate of the French École Normale Supérieure and holds a degree in geography. Former senior ...
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What borders for the EU: a variable geometry neighborhood?

on September 17, 2013, 10:25
Policy paper - Jean-François Drevet

In this Policy Paper, Jean-François Drevet wonders about the limits of the EU and its integration and neighborhood policy. He shows that the Europe of “concentric circles” evoked by Jacques Delorshas become an undisputable fact.
 
The author first gives an account of the integration and enlargments logics, and hence, of a differentiated integration which reveals the artificiality of the debates about the limits of the EU. He then proposes an assesment of the European neighborhood policy which, according to him, is a necessary, if unevenly successful, policy.  Finally, he sheds some light on the importance of common policies which extend beyond the borders of the EU.
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