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30 January 2008
The IUEE, the LSE and the University of Cologne are pleased to announce the CHALLENGE conference: «The external dimension of the intra-EU security: the CFSP, ESDP and JHA in the ENP area». The conference will be held in Barcelona the 22 of February.
15 May 2006
In May 2003 the Thessalonica European Council formally launched the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP). This chapter sheds light on the early evolution of the European Neighborhood Policy. It first discusses the different stimuli that led the EU to create the ENP, and proceeds on to explore the policy formation process between 2002- when the first ‘Wider Europe’ proposals were aired-and late 2005. During this time period, ENP drafts succeeded counter-drafts by the Council, the European Commission and national delegations, and the documents reveal an interesting dialogue in terms of how the EU conceives the nature of its relations with its closest geographical neighbors and, what is more, how these relations are best managed.
12 May 2006
Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués is a researcher at Institut Universitari d’Estudis Europeus, Spain. She is also member of the Observatory of European Foreign Policy of which in the period spanning 2001 to 2003 she was the coordinator of, as well as web-editor of its website. In 2003 to 2005 she was the principal coordinator of the Observatory of Mediterranean Politics project. Her research interests focus on EU foreign policy, in particular as related to the European Neighborhood Policy, as well as the Northern Dimension, the Barcelona Process and the European security dimension.