Sub-subject: the European Union-South Caucasus trade relations. Syllabus:
- Introduction to the South Caucasus region.
- The European Union International Trade policy with the South Caucasus.
- The European Union-South Caucasus International Trade Relations.
Sample of the Sub-subject: The European Union (EU)-South Caucasus:
Sub-Subject Description: The European Union (EU)-South Caucasus trade relations:
- The South Caucasus (Transcaucasia:
Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia)
is a geopolitical region situated on the border of Eastern Europe and Southwest Asia.
- Since 2004, the European Union has become main trade partner of each nation in the South Caucasus.
- Bilateral trade with the European Union represented 30% of the total trade for Armenia, 43% for Azerbaijan, and 30% for Georgia.
These share of the total European Union international trade remains very low (less than 0.5% in total).
- Foreign Trade between the European Union and the South Caucasus countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia) has intensified since their inclusion in the European Neighbourhood Policy in 2004.
- Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia benefit from the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) of the European Union (EU).
- The European Union trade relations with Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia are governed by a Partnership and Cooperation Agreement:
the Black Sea Synergy.
The European Union (EU)-South Caucasus belongs to the:
- Islamic Civilisation (Central Eurasian Economic Area)
- Western Civilisation (European Economic Area)
- Orthodox Civilisation