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Autor     Elena Baracani
Titel    The EU and Democracy Promotion: A Strategy of Democratization in the framework of Neighbourhood Policy?
Sammlung    European Neighbourhood Policy: Political, Economic and Social Issues
Herausgeber    Fulvio Attinà and Rosa Rossi
Ort    Catania
Datum    Oktober 2004
Seiten    37-57
Anmerkung    Project The European Union Neighbourhood Policy of the Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Catania, cofinanced by the European Commission Jean Monnet Project – Heading A-3022
URL    http://www.fscpo.unict.it/EuroMed/ENPCataniabook.pdf

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Fußnoten    ja
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[1.] Gd/Fragment 045 17 - Diskussion
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The European Neighbourhood Policy has two main objectives: strengthening stability, security and well-being for EU member states and neighbouring countries, and preventing the emergence of new dividing lines between the enlarged EU and its neighbours. The European Neighbourhood Policy has two main objectives: strengthening stability, security and well-being for EU member states and neighbouring countries, and preventing the emergence of new dividing lines between the enlarged EU and its neighbours67.

67 Commission Strategy Paper, p. 3.

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Ohne Hinweis auf eine Übernahme.

Die Passage findet sich später weitgehend identisch: Fragment 151 10.

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[2.] Gd/Fragment 045 30 - Diskussion
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The key ENP instruments through which the policy will be implemented are the Action Plans. According to the Council, these Action Plans should be political documents, [building on existing agreements and setting out the over-arching strategic policy targets, common objectives, political and economic benchmarks used to evaluate progress in key areas, and a timetable for their achievement which enable progress to be judged regularly.] [...] and the key policy instrument through which policies will be implemented: Action Plans. According to the Council, these Action Plans should be political documents, building on existing agreements and setting out the over-arching strategic policy targets, common objectives, political and economic benchmarks used to evaluate progress in key areas, and a timetable for their achievement which enable progress to be judged regularly.
Anmerkungen

Ohne Hinweis auf eine Übernahme.

Übernahme wird in Fragment 046 01 fortgesetzt.

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[3.] Gd/Fragment 046 01 - Diskussion
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[According to the Council, these Action Plans should be political documents,] building on existing agreements and setting out the over-arching strategic policy targets, common objectives, political and economic benchmarks used to evaluate progress in key areas, and a timetable for their achievement which enable progress to be judged regularly.

The Strategy Paper is another ENP instrument which sets out principles and scope for the neighbouring countries.

Country reports, covering progress in implementation of bilateral agreements and related reforms, reflect the political, economic, social and institutional situation in the countries and focus on priority areas of the European Neighbourhood Policy.

According to the Council, these Action Plans should be political documents, building on existing agreements and setting out the over-arching strategic policy targets, common objectives, political and economic benchmarks used to evaluate progress in key areas, and a timetable for their achievement which enable progress to be judged regularly. [...]

[...]

[...] The Strategy Paper sets out principles and scope, the participation of other neighbouring countries, Action Plans, regional cooperation, and supporting the ENP. Country reports, covering progress in implementation of bilateral agreements and related reforms, reflect the political, economic, social and institutional situation in the countries and focus on priority areas of the European Neighbourhood Policy.

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Ohne Hinweis auf eine Übernahme.

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[4.] Gd/Fragment 047 03 - Diskussion
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It seems that the neighbourhood policy adopted the same instruments and techniques based on the evolved pre-accession process for the Central and Eastern European states, which are judged to have worked in promoting political reform in candidate countries. Respectively, in the first phase of the ENP political priorities are contained in the Action Plans, while for candidate countries they are contained in the Accession Partnerships. In the second phase, the Commission will report on progress accomplished by the neighbour, as far as every year the Commission reports on progress accomplished by the candidates; and then, on the basis of this evaluation, the EU will review the content of the Action Plan and decide on its adaptation and renewal as it is for the candidate countries – the Union updates the priorities contained in the Accession Partnerships almost every year. All these similarities confirm the statement of the Commission that in enriching relations with partner countries, it will draw on the experience gained in supporting the process of political transition in the new member states and in candidate countries.

The main difference between the EU relations with candidate countries and those coming within the framework of the ENP (non-candidates) has to do with incentives, as only the first foresees the prospect of full EU membership, which is widely recognized to have had a powerful positive effect on the processes of democratic transformation and consolidation among the Central and East European countries. The other foresees the eleven incentives71 in the short term, which aim at reinforcing political, economic and cultural cooperation and some political and economic integration in the long term, which is very different from membership.


71 See Appendix 4 p. 182

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As concerns structures, it seems that the neighbourhood policy will adopt the same instruments and techniques based on the evolved pre-accession process for the central and eastern European states, which are judged to have worked in promoting political reform in candidate countries. In the framework of the ENP, in a first phase, political priorities will be contained in Action Plans, while for candidate countries they are contained in Accession Partnerships, both Action Plans and Accession Partnerships respecting the principles of joint ownership and differentiation. In a second phase the Commission will report on progress accomplished by the neighbour, as far as every year the Commission reports on progress accomplished by candidates; and then, on the basis of this evaluation, the EU will review the content of the Action Plan and decide on its adaptation and renewal; for candidates countries the Union updates the priorities contained in the Accession Partnerships almost every year. All these similarities confirm the

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statement of the Commission, that in enriching relations with partner countries, it will draw on the experience gained in supporting the process of political transition in the new member states and in candidate countries.

The main difference between the strategy of democracy promotion in the framework of enlargement and the strategy of democratization in the framework of the ENP has to do with incentives, as only the first foresees the prospect of full EU membership, which is widely recognized to have had a powerful positive effect on the processes and outcomes of democratic transformation and consolidation among the CEEs. Indeed, the other foresees, as we have seen, eleven incentives, in the short term, which aim at reinforcing political, security, economic and cultural cooperation and some political and economic integration in the long term, which is very different from membership.

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Ohne Hinweis auf eine Übernahme.

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[5.] Gd/Fragment 084 10 - Diskussion
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It can be argued that there are similarities as well as differences between the strategy of democracy promotion through enlargement and a strategy of democratization in the framework of the ENP. Both require commitment to EU values from candidate/ENP member countries. But, the most important difference has to do with incentives. As abovementioned, for political and economic reforms, the ENP offers in return increased political, security, economic and cultural cooperation. As regards similarities and differences between the strategy of democracy promotion through enlargement and which could be a strategy of democratization in the framework of the ENP, we can say that the firsts can be found in content, conditionality and processes, while the main difference has to do with incentives.

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As regards conditionality, the Commission has made explicit the conditionality attached to shared values, and the resulting priorities to be identified in the Action Plans94: increased political, security, economic and cultural cooperation is offered in return for political and economic reform.


94 Commission Strategy Paper, 12 May 2004, p.13.

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Ohne Hinweis auf eine Übernahme.

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[6.] Gd/Fragment 151 10 - Diskussion
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Originally, the European Neighbourhood Policy has two main objectives: strengthening stability, security and well-being for the EU member states and neighbouring countries, and preventing the emergence of new dividing lines between the enlarged EU and its neighbours. The European Neighbourhood Policy has two main objectives: strengthening stability, security and well-being for EU member states and neighbouring countries, and preventing the emergence of new dividing lines between the enlarged EU and its neighbours67.

67Commission Strategy Paper, p. 3.

Anmerkungen

Nicht als Zitat gekennzeichnet. Entspricht weitgehend Fragment 045 17.

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