IEMed (Barcelone, Espagne). (2016). Euromed survey 2015: European neighbourhood policy review: European Union's role in the Mediterranean. Girona (Espagne) : IEMed. n.p. (Euromed Survey, n. 6).
|Titre :||Euromed survey 2015: European neighbourhood policy review: European Union's role in the Mediterranean|
|Auteurs :||IEMed (Barcelone, Espagne)|
|Type de document :||Série|
|Editeur :||Girona [Espagne] : IEMed, 2016|
|Collection :||Euromed Survey, num. 6|
|Langues du résumé :||Anglais|
Catégories principales15 - UNION EUROPEENNE ; 15.4 - Partenariat Euro-Méditerranéen
Thésaurus IAMMEUROPE ; REGION MEDITERRANEENNE ; PARTENARIAT EUROMEDITERRANEEN ; POLITIQUE EUROPEENNE DE VOISINAGE ; UNION POUR LA MEDITERRANEE ; ACCORD COMMERCIAL ; UNION EUROPEENNE ; COOPERATION REGIONALE ; COOPERATION ; MIGRATION
|Résumé :||The IEMed has dedicated this edition of its Euromed Survey to the ENP review. The results are based on the responses received from about 800 respondents and some trends coming out from this survey are that 79% of the respondents think the ENP framework should be maintained. There also appears to wide support to the existing toolbox. However, responses indicate that a less scripted policy is needed. About 80% of the respondents think that an issue based cooperation on an ad hoc basis should be privileged. 52% of the respondents think that the ENP should offer prospects for further integration with some of the EU policies. Responses to the survey show that is no clear-cut support for a change of the geographical scope of the ENP framework. However, the need of an increased differentiation based on the various situations and expectations in partner countries comes across clearly, as well as the need to find ways to further engage with neighbours of the neighbours. Respondents have also identified migration/mobility and addressing security threats as two priorities that should be dealt with in the ENP framework. More specifically, a majority of respondents (56%) have identified working with partners on the prevention of radicalisation, the fight against terrorism and organised crime as the main area to be further developed under the wider category of addressing security threats. Similarly, a majority of respondents (62%) have identified support to sustainable livelihoods in the countries of origin as the most important angle to develop under the wider category on migration and mobility.|
|Note de contenu :||
The European Neighbourhood Policys Identity Crisis
Extending the Geographical Scope of the ENP? The Neighbours of the EUs Neighbours
Differentiation in EU-Neighbourhood Relations
EU Member States and the ENP: Towards Greater Ownership?
EU Values and the ENP: Towards a Transformed Conditionality
Embracing a Wider Range of Actors
What Priority Areas of Cooperation under the Revised ENP?
What Role for the ENP in Addressing Security Threats?
What Role for the Reviewed ENP in the Broader EU External Action?
What Place for Migrations in the ENP Agenda?
|Cote :||En ligne|
|URL / DOI :||https://www.iemed.org/euromed-survey/european-neighbourhood-policy-review-european-unions-role-in-the-mediterranean/|