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Seite: 44, Zeilen: (5-8), 9-25
Quelle: Bretherton und Vogler 2006
Seite(n): (137), 138, 160, Zeilen: (137:30-34), 138:22-24.27-29; 160:15-27
[“The peaceful revolution which swept Eastern Europe in 1989 is probably the most significant event in global terms of the past 45 years. It is happening on the very doorstep of the European Community. It represents a challenge and an opportunity to which the EC has given an immediate response.” (Commission 1990b:5).63]

Success in developing mutually satisfactory relations with neighbours and (potential) candidates is of paramount importance to the enlarged Union. Both the Eastern and Southern peripheries are characterized by economic and political instability and bitter, unresolved conflicts. As a consequence, both are identified in the Union’s Security Strategy as potential sources of risk to European security. Both, too, are important in supply or transit of energy to the EU. While the Security Strategy makes clear the Union’s interest in surrounding itself with a ring of well governed countries, the principal discourses employed within the Union have not been of security and interest, but of inclusion and neighbourhood. Rhetorically, at least, the central aim of the Union is to extend to the East and the South its values and practices and hence stability and prosperity. This is to be achieved either through incorporation (the Western Balkans and possibly Turkey) or neighbourhood (NIS64 and MNC65).

First, there was made a kind of differentiation between the countries. Divisions were made as a consequence of the Union’s decisions on eligibility for membership. While it is envisaged that the Balkan countries will accede to membership; Ukraine, Moldova and the countries of the South Caucasus, which have aspirations for membership, are excluded - as are Russia and Belarus.


63 Bretherton Carlotte and Vogler John – The European Union as a Global Actor (Second Edition). London, 2006. p.137

64 New Independent States

65 Mediterranean Non-Member Countries (of the EU)

[Seite 137]

The peaceful revolution which swept Eastern Europe in 1989 is probably the most significant event in global terms of the past 45 years. It is happening on the very doorstep of the European Community. It represents a challenge and an opportunity to which the EC has given an immediate response.

(Commission 1990b: 5)

[Seite 138]

In addition to these overall patterns of differentiation between the Eastern and Southern peripheries, divisions have also been created, within each region, as a consequence of the Union’s decisions on eligibility for membership. [...] While it is envisaged that the Balkan countries will accede to membership, Ukraine, Moldova and the countries of the South Caucasus, which have aspirations for membership, are excluded — as are Russia and Belarus.

[Seite 160]

Today, success in developing mutually satisfactory relations with neighbours and (potential) candidates is of paramount importance to the enlarged Union. Both the Eastern and Southern peripheries are characterized by economic and political instability and bitter, unresolved conflicts. In consequence, both are identified in the Union’s Security Strategy as potential sources of risk to European security. Both, too, are important in the supply or transit of energy to the EU. While the Security Strategy makes clear the Unions interest in surrounding itself with a ‘ring of well governed countries’ (European Council 2003: 8), the principal discourses employed within the Union have not been of security and interest but of inclusion and neighbourhood. Rhetorically, at least, the central aim of the Union is to extend to the East and the South its values and practices, and hence its stability and prosperity. This is to be achieved either through incorporation (the Western Balkans and Turkey) or ‘neighbourhood’ (NIS and MNC).

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