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The European Union and its eastern neighbourhoodEuropeanisation and its twenty- first-century contradictions$
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Paul Flenley and Michael Mannin

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781526109095

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: May 2019

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9781526109095.001.0001

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(p.1) Introduction
The European Union and its eastern neighbourhood

Paul Flenley

Michael Mannin

Manchester University Press

A core purpose of the introduction will be to lay out the above core themes and overall issues/ questions to be addressed by the chapters. It will also indicate the rationale behind the structure and approach taken. In particular the volume will explore the interrelationship between interests, values and identity in the neighbourhood and the ways in which these affect the EU’s approach to Europeanisation in two ways. Firstly we look at how these interrelate in different regions of the neighbourhood. This will bring out differences and similarities. The introduction and conclusion will highlight these. Secondly we look at how they interrelate in different sectors/issues which cut across the neighbourhood e.g. interests, values and identity and the issue of migration. The introduction and conclusion will again highlight the similarities and differences.

Keywords:   European Union. Eastern Europe, security, Europeanisation, identity

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