European Neighborhood Policy

EENI - Business School.

Sub-subject: The European Neighborhood Policy (European Union). Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the European Neighborhood Policy.
  2. The Eastern Partnership.
  3. The European Neighborhood Policy with Morocco and Tunisia.
  4. The EU's relations with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Ukraine.
Sub-subject "The European Neighborhood Policy" is studied...
  1. Doctorate DIB Africa, DIB Islamic Countries
  2. Masters: International Business (MIB), Europe, and Africa
  3. Course: International Relations of Africa

Languages of study: En or Es UE Vecindad Fr UE

Sample of the Sub-subject: The European Neighborhood Policy:
European Neighbourhood Policy

Sub-Subject Description - The European Neighborhood Policy:

The objective of the European Neighborhood Policy is averting the emergence of new dividing lines between the enlarged European Union and neighbors nations and instead strengthening the welfare, stability, and security of all. It was created in 2004.

Members of the European Neighborhood Policy: Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, the Arab Republic of Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Syria, Tunisia, and Ukraine.

The European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) is mainly a bilateral policy between the European Union and each partner nation, ENP is enhanced with Cooperation initiatives:

- Eastern Partnership, the European Commission introduce concrete ideas for improving the relationship with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.

The Easter Partnership may involve new Association Agreements (Free Trade Agreements).

- Union for the Mediterranean: the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, formerly known as the Barcelona Process), and.

- Black Sea Synergy.

The European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) belongs to the:

  1. Islamic Civilization
  2. Western Civilization (European Economic Area)
  3. Orthodox Civilization

European Union  South Caucasus



EENI Business School