The Eurasian Economic Union and the Caspian Region Implications for Regional Geopolitics and Energy Diplomacy



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This thesis aims to examine the European Union (EU) as a normative power in the context of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) through case studies of Morocco and Egypt. The uniqueness of the EU as a distinct actor in international politics has led many observers to claim that the EU is a normative power. The ENP, which emerged in 2004, has been one of the main instruments of the EU within this framework. This thesis studies the claim as to whether the EU is, in fact, a normative power in the context of...
The EU and sub-regional multilateralism in Europe's sea basins: neighbourhood, enlargement and multilateral cooperation (EU4SEAS)
Eralp, Atila(2011-12-31)
Closed seas play very diverse roles in relations between their bordering states: they unite and separate, they are a place of transit, a shared space, an element of joint identity, a common heritage. This project focuses on four closed sea basins: those of the Mediterranean, Caspian, Baltic and Black seas. Those basins were theatres for strategic competition between the Soviet Union and the United States during the Cold War and acquired since 1989 a new centrality in co-operation amongst neighbouring states...
The South Caucasus-Security, Energy and Europeanisation
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The European Union's Western Balkan Strategy: Transforming the Problems
Türkeş, Mustafa (2022-04-19)
A Keynote SpeechThe European Union’s Western Balkans Strategy: Transforming the Problemsby Prof. Dr. Mustafa Türkeş Department of International Relations, Middle East Technical University, AnkaraAbstractThis paper examines the EU’s strategy toward the Western Balkans from 1999 to 2022. The Western Balkans, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo, and Serbia expressed their desire to be full members of the EU. However, they were asked to meet a set of newly created pre-accession co...
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Altunışık, Meliha (Routledge, 2018-01-01)
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O. F. Tanrısever, “The Eurasian Economic Union and the Caspian Region Implications for Regional Geopolitics and Energy Diplomacy,” Strategic Maritime Review, pp. 44–64, 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: