Stosunki bilateralne zakaukaskich państw Partnerstwa Wschodniego z Unią Europejską
- Alternative title:
- Bilateral relations of the Transcaucasian states of the Eastern Partnership with the European Union
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Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM
Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe 2015 (XII), nr 4, s. 99-128.
- Stosunki międzynarodowe
- Partnerstwo Wschodnie; członkostwo w UE; Azerbejdżan; Gruzja; Eastern Partnership; EU membership; Armenia; Azerbaijan; Georgia
The goal behind the Eastern Partnership programme was the development of political, economic, and social links between the European Union and the European states developed in the wake of the breakdown of the USSR (with the exception of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia). The author believes that the goal was achieved in the case of three Transcaucasian countries. On the one hand, EU standards began to be implemented in these countries by the implementation of EU’s acquis communautaire in the law of these states, which allows trade exchange and more extensive economic cooperation along the principles of the EU. On the other hand, in the case of these countries, the EU avoided any declaration concerning their future membership in the EU, which poses a fundamental problem in the relations with the remaining members of the Eastern Partnership programme.
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