The event is part of the EURINT conference series which was successfully launched in 2013 in the frame of the Jean Monnet Life Long Learning Programme. Since 2013, the EURINT conference series has established itself as a visible academic event in the field of European Studies and in this regard we aim at developing it into a traditional conference series.
EURINT 2020 | EU and its neighbourhood: enhancing EU actorness in the eastern borderlands will, first, seek to bring additional insights into the way the EU policies are being framed and adapted in order to hamper the imbalances at the level of the borderlands between the EU and non-EU states in Eastern Europe. Second, it will assess the implication of the neighbourhood instruments in the borderland regions and try to provide answers about level of attractiveness the EU’s specific policies and instruments.
Since the EU’s essential values such as good governance, democracy, economic prosperity and security have been constantly under pressure in the past years in the Eastern neighbourhood of the EU, it is interesting to gauge whether the EU can be still regarded as a source of political and economic support for the countries in the region.
Last but not least, the conference will offer the possibility to discuss ways of improving the effectiveness of the neighbourhood instruments in relation to its Eastern Partnership countries and debate whether the current design of these instruments is still suitable for a significantly altered region marked by the current geopolitical tensions between the Euro-Atlantic community and Russia.
The deadline for online registration and submission of extended abstracts is 8 March 2020. The presented papers will be published either in CES Working Papers (indexed in numerous international databases) or in the Conference Proceedings (indexed in Web of Science).
More information about the conference could be found on the website.
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