Enlargement

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The strong showing of Euro-skeptic parties in May’s European Parliament elections raises questions about how easily Georgia can move from its recently signed EU Association Agreement toward its lon

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As Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine finalise association and free trade (DCFTA) agreements with Europe today (27 June), these Eastern Partners, togeth

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In 2004 ten new members from Central and Eastern Europe joined the EU.

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With world attention fixed on Ukraine, the referendum on Sunday (2 February) in Gagauzia, a part of Moldova which few people have heard of, did not

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European views on Turkey’s membership in the EU have been split between those in support of its full integration and those advocating a privileged

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Mart Laar was the Prime Minister of Estonia for two terms, from 1992 to 1994 and from 1999 to 2002.

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The book presents results of a collaborative study conducted by a team of authors from different Belarusian think tanks, as well as experts from Ge

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The mission and aim of this book is to reflect on values of centre-right parties.

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This book offers the reader an introduction to the history of the EPP's bridge-building in Eastern Europe, in particular Poland, in the years befor

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This paper focuses on the political and economic impact of the ‘Big Bang’ enlargement of 2004, and discusses the question of the capacity of the en

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