‘Enlargement fatigue’ and the multiple challenges of maintaining momentum during the accession process

Posted on 08. January 2015 by Marsida Bandilli Initially envisaged as a Member State-driven procedure, enlargement has become a comprehensive policy whereby the Union actively engages with the applicants’ preparation for membership. Despite that, it has become clear that with the arrival of the new President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, enlargement is not the … Continue reading ‘Enlargement fatigue’ and the multiple challenges of maintaining momentum during the accession process

Conceptualising Foreign Policy

Posted on 10. December 2014 by Ia Melkadze Reflections on the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum The fourth Berlin Foreign Policy Forum convened 200 participants, among them high-profile politicians, diplomats, journalists, experts and young activists. The Forum’s livestreaming reached out to a wider public. The online followers of the Forum participated in this high-profile foreign policy event … Continue reading Conceptualising Foreign Policy