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Home > Publications > Bulletin PISM > Is the Eastern Partnership Weakening? The Consequences of the EU Institutions’ Power Shift to Neighbourhood Policy

Is the Eastern Partnership Weakening? The Consequences of the EU Institutions’ Power Shift to Neighbourhood Policy

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25 November 2014
Elżbieta Kaca
no. 133 (728)

The new European Commission and High Representative are planning to revise neighbourhood policy. The Eastern Partnership (EaP) could see enhanced project cooperation but also a weakened political commitment from EU institutions in the bloc’s relations with its eastern partners. This means primarily a risk of departure from the policy objectives of the EaP, such as support for democratic transition and bringing these countries closer to the EU. As a result, Poland should work towards the implementation of the EU commitments adopted at the summit in Vilnius in 2013 and seek to strengthen the coordination of EU aid with international financial institutions.

 


 
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