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Croatia’s EU Presidency 2020 - A Catalyst for South East Europe?

39th Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group Regional Stability in South East Europe

Beiträge in dieser Publikation:

Name Seiten/Dateigröße
Croatia’s EU Presidency 2020 - A Catalyst for South East Europe? 107 Seiten / 1.08 MB PDF ansehen
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107 Seiten (1.08 MB)
Croatia’s Upcoming EU Presidency: Perspectives and Challenges (Speaking Notes)  
Austria’s role within the EU: The Presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2018  
Finnish EU Presidency and Western Balkans (Speaking Notes)  
The EU and the Western Balkans at a Crossroads  
EU Enlargement: Rising like a Phoenix from the Ashes? What is to be expected from the 2019 EU Institutions’ new leaders and the power shifts in the EP and in EU national parliaments for the Western Balkans European perspective?  
"Have the tables turned?” - Maintaining the positive impact of the EU integration process towards regional cooperation  
Civil Society Priorities for the Republic of Croatia Presidency of the Council of the European Union (Speaking Notes)  

Vorwort

In the first half of 2020, the youngest EU member state, Croatia, holds ist first Presidency of the EU Council. This important political role means great responsibility for pushing EU’s priorities ahead but could be also a Chance to promote the interests of the Western Balkan candidate countries in the EU enlargement process. Both the intra-regional relations in the Western Balkans, but also the EU enlargement process as the main tool for supporting consolidation in this region, have passed through veritable crisis situations.

Against this background, the covered topics in this Study Group Information include the lessons that can be drawn from previous EU Presidencies, relevant developments inside the EU and their consequences for EU’s policies toward the Western Balkans, an analysis of the chances and obstacles for regional cooperation in the context of EU’s enlargement policies and reflections on democratization processes and intra-state reforms in the southeast European candidate and potential candidate countries.

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