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The implications of Baltic states' EU membership, Sven Arnswald & Mathias Jopp

The implications of Baltic states' EU membership, Sven Arnswald & Mathias Jopp
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography (pages 114-120)
no index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
The implications of Baltic states' EU membership
Nature of contents
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Responsibility statement
Sven Arnswald & Mathias Jopp
Series statement
Programme on the Northern Dimension of the CFSP,, vol. 14, 1456-1182
Table Of Contents
Introduction, Geopolitical implications of Baltic EU membership. New neighbours. Russian uncertainties, Nordic and Baltic angles : the European policy orientation of the Baltic states. Nordic-Baltic relations and Nordic attitudes. What is "nordic" about the Baltics? Policy orientation on EU issues -- The, Baltic states' quest for security. The situation in the Baltic Sea region. The objective of NATO membership. Integration into EU structure : not just second best, Enlargement and the CFSP : Baltic challenges and assets. Challenges for the EU. Challenges for the Baltic states. ESDP and CFSP : the input of the Baltic states, Schengen and the Baltic States : drawing new dividing lines through Europe? Western fears : migration and organised crime. Trafficking in migrants : the Baltic route. EU policies for new eastern frontiers. The impact of extending EU visa policies and border regimes. In need of a new "neighbourhood" policy -- The, Kalingrad problem. Specifities of the Kalingrad-Lithuanian border. The EU and Kalingrad : instruments and policy dilemmas. Russian proposals for a pilot region. In need of imaginative solutions -- Conclusion
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