Through the Paper Curtain. Insiders and Outsiders in the New Europe. Chatham House Papers

  • ID: 2674222
  • Book
  • Region: Europe
  • 224 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Eight central and east European states – the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia – are preparing to join the European Union in 2004. Three of these states have already joined Nato; the rest, together with Bulgaria and Romania, will do so by 2004. This edited volume assesses the likely impact of EU and Nato enlargement on relations between those central and east European states which are likely to join in the near future and those destined to remain outside. Looking at three thematic areas (economic and trade relations, security and defence, and free movement of people) and five case studies, the book outlines the current relations between the states, how these relate to the past and what impact enlargement is likely to have on their relationships.
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Acknowledgments.

About the authors.

1. Introduction (Julie Smith).

2. Economic and Trade relations between the European former communist stats and the states of western Europe (Alan Smith).

3. Immigration, labour mobility and EU enlargement.

4. EU enlargement and security: turning the inside out (James Gow).

5. Poland′s relations with Ukraine: a challenging ′strategic partnership′ (Kataryna Wolczuk and Roman Wolczuk).

6. Hungarian–Romanian and Romanian–Moldovan relations (Gabriel Partos).

7. Russia and the European Union (Graeme P. Herd).

8. Russia in the EU or the EU in Russia? Approaches to Kaliningrad (Christopher Preston).

9. Croatia, Bosnia–Herzegovina and Serbia (Peter Frankopan).

10. Conclusions (Charles Jenkins and Julie Smith).

Bibliography.

Index.

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Dr Julie Smith is Head of the European Programme at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, an Assistant Director of Studies at the Centre of International Studies, Cambridge and Fellow in Politics, Robinson College, Cambridge. She has published widely on various aspects of European integration, including EU enlargement, democracy in Europe and elections to the European Parliament and on transnational party politics.

Charles Jenkins leads a team of 12 at the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) responsible for Country Reports and Country Forecasts which cover the politics, economies and business environments of all countries of the the European Union as well as the EU itself. He has a long experience as editor and author of EIU regular and special reports covering all EU countries and many European countries outside the EU as well as working for the Federal Trust, Centre for Reform, European League for Economic Co–operation and other research bodies.

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