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  1. Pro-American non-alignment. Sweden and Finland develop closer military co-operation with the United States. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 205/31.03.2016

    Gotkowska, Justyna; Szymański, Piotr
    Russia’s increasingly aggressive policy and its enhanced military activity in the Nordic-Baltic region has led to revaluations in Sweden’s and Finland’s security and defence policies and a rethinking of the formats of their military co-operation. While remaining outside NATO, the two states have been developing closer bilateral defence co-operation and working more closely with the United States, while at the same time developing co-operation with NATO. Sweden and Finland perceive the United States as the guarantor of regional and European security. From their point of view, the United States is currently the country that has both the necessary military capabilities...

  2. Case sequence segments for EMU, ECB and Eurozone: A Eurozone country profile and related Euro matters. ACES Working Papers, August 2010

    Sodaro, Michael J.
    No European country employs a U.S.-style electoral college in presidential elections. Presidents with largely ceremonial functions are elected in some countries by the national parliament or a special assembly (Germany, Italy, Estonia, Turkey and others) or by the people in other countries (Greece, Poland, Slovakia and others). The presidents of Cyprus, Finland, France, Russia and Ukraine -- who have real decision-making power -- are elected directly by the voters. Keep in mind that no two countries are exactly alike in their institutional and electoral arrangements; all of these institutions and electoral systems are capable of being modified and adapted to...

  3. Europe: Space of Freedom and Security. MIGRATION AND MOBILITY: ASSETS AND CHALLENGES FOR THE ENLARGEMENT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. Proceedings of the international colloquium to celebrate Europe Day, held on 4–5 May 2006 in Timisoara, Romania


    The Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence and the School of High Comparative European Studies (SISEC), both within the West University of Timisoara, Romania, jointly proposed the launching of the scientific debate on the migration and mobility within the Romanian universities, the academic life and among the policies and decision makers in Romania. The International Colloquium "Migration and Mobility: Assets and Challenges for the Enlargement of the European Union" proposed for 4-5 of May 2006 was part of the SISEC bi-annual project EUROPE: SPACE OF FREEDOM AND SECURITY, dedicated to study of European Affairs, with focus on migration and mobility,...

  4. Migration between Greece and Turkey: From the "exchange of populations" to non-recognition of borders

    Baldwin-Edwards, Martin.
    Migration between Greece and Turkey – in either direction – carries with it multiple connotations concerning national identity and allegiance, ethnicity, and even the existence of agreed and defined national borders. Thus, there is relatively little migration, touristic or otherwise, between the two countries; indeed, the most pressing migration concern for both Greece and Turkey is that of clandestine migration and asylum-seekers. This concern is also shared by other EU countries, which see both Greece and Turkey as primary transit routes for illegal migration to northern Europe. The stage is set with a brief description of the 1920’s “exchange of populations”...

  5. Between a Rock and a Hard Place: North Africa as a region of emigration, immigration and transit migration

    Baldwin-Edwards, Martin.
    The prevailing Eurocentric perspective on Mediterranean migration lies almost exclusively in the security paradigm, focusing upon African illegal migration to Europe and disregarding the role of migration in the socio-economic development of the African continent. The older emigration histories of North African countries are diverse, with Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria linked to France as a destination country, Libya as an immigration country, and Egypt linked with other Arab countries for temporary migration alongside permanent migration to Anglophone countries. More recent changes include the emergence of southern Europe as destination countries for all except Libyans, and all of North Africa turned...

  6. "European Neighborhood Policy: Political Conditionality and its Impact on Democracy in Non-Candidate Neighboring Countries"

    Schimmelfennig, Frank.
    The paper analyzes the potential impact of the EU’s European Neighborhood Policy on democracy and human rights in the partner countries. On the one hand, the political conditionality advocated in the ENP documents is consistent with the general approach the EU has taken toward the institutionalization of its relations with nonmember countries. A data-based analysis of the political impact of Partnership and Cooperation Agreements with the Eastern European ENP countries and of the Barcelona Process shows, however, that political conditionality has been neither consistent nor effective and there are no reasons to believe that this will change under ENP. I...

  7. "Immigration into Greece, 1990-2003: A Southern European Paradigm?"

    Baldwin-Edwards, M.
    This paper is essentially an account of immigration and policy response in Greece. Is Greece a paradigm for the southern European experience? This is a difficult issue, needing serious exploration, and only a superficial answer can be provided here. In this presentation, I shall try to give a coherent account of a largely incoherent situation, dealing with the following: what we know about migration flows into Greece; stocks of migrants; the policy responses; socio-economic effects; and finally, some comparison with the other southern European countries.

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