There were six territorial disputes among the EU’s neighbors when the European Neighborhood Policy was launched 12 years ago. None of these has been resolved, and both the Eastern and the Southern neighbors are more unstable and insecure today than they were when the Policy was launched. This article analyses the ENP as a framework for EU involvement in conflict prevention, management and resolution.
Zuzana Novakova, Roman Petrov
Note: This piece was originally published in “Kyiv-Mohyla Law and Politics Journal”, and reprinted here with permission of the publisher and the authors.