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Think Global – Act European (TGAE) Thinking strategically about the EU’s external action


This series of 5 policy papers is a contribution to the project Think Global – Act European (TGAE) Thinking strategically about the EU’s external action directed by Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute.

After the first series on hard security capacities published last week, other series of policy papers will deal withmigration, access to strategic resources and European economic policy, before the publication of the final report in March 2013 (dir. by Elvire Fabry, Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute) presenting the key recommendations of the 16 European think tanks involved in the project:

Carnegie Europe, CCEIA, CER, CEPS, demosEUROPA, ECFR, EGMONT, EPC, Real Instituto Elcano, Eliamep, Europeum, FRIDE, IAI, Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute, SIEPS, SWP.

Potential and limits of EU policies in the neighbourhood
Potential and limits of EU policies in the neighbourhood
Michele Comelli, Senior Fellow, Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) — Contrary to the premises on which it was launched back in 2003, the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) has underperformed in many ways. While democratisation in Eastern Europe has lapsed, a number of Southern Mediterranean ...
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The EU neighbourhood competence under Article 8 TEU
The EU neighbourhood competence under Article 8 TEU
Christophe Hillion, Senior Researcher, SIEPS — Since the Treaty of Lisbon, the European Union is formally instructed to “develop a special relationship with neighbouring countries” (Article 8 TEU). While this explicit mandate partly codifies past EU engagement, particularly through the ...
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The Missing Spring in the EU’s Mediterranean Policies
The Missing Spring in the EU’s Mediterranean Policies
Haizam Amirah Fernández, Senior Analyst for the Mediterranean and Arab World, Elcano Royal Institute and Timo Behr, Research Associate, Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute — The changing political and social realities in North Africa and the Middle East, following the antiauthoritarian ...
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The EU in the East: too ambitious in rhetoric, too unfocused in action
The EU in the East: too ambitious in rhetoric, too unfocused in action
Lucia Najšlová, Věra Řiháčková, Senior Researchers, Europeum and Olga Shumylo-Tapiola, Visiting Scholar, Carnegie Europe — Although the EU is today mired in a number of uncertainties regarding the future of its own internal decision-making structures, it still is a source of inspiration ...
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The EU and Turkey in the Southern Neighbourhood: a new opening?
The EU and Turkey in the Southern Neighbourhood: a new opening?
Adam Balcer, Programme Director, The EU and the new global contract, demosEUROPA — Currently, the EU is facing two key challenges: internally, the euro crisis, and externally, the risk of a step back for the Arab Spring. Failure or success in dealing with these will determine the EU’s ...
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