EU Delivery and Practice: Democracy Assistance, Aid and Trade Before and After the Uprisings

Paolo Maria Leo Cesare Maggiolini, Valeria Talbot, Andrea Teti, Pamela Abbott

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Abstract

This chapter provides a bridge between the critical policy analysis offered in the first half of the book and the analysis of public opinion survey data in the second half. Comparing before and after the Uprisings, it does three things. First, it examines the changing political context within which the EU is delivering the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) in the Southern Mediterranean (SM). Secondly, it considers how the mechanisms and tools of delivery changed in practice after the Uprisings, specifically considering the EU’s claims to innovative changes. Thirdly, it examines the EU’s practices in delivering democracy and ‘money, markets and mobility’. It concludes by arguing that there is little evidence of innovative changes of the EU practices in delivering the ENP in the SM after the Uprisings, that it has continued to support authoritarian regimes and that there is little evidence that the people of Southern Mediterranean Countries (SMCs) are benefitting from the ENP.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteDemocratisation against Democracy. How EU Foreign Policy Fails the Middle East
EditorAbbot Pamela, Talbot Valeria, Maggiolini Paolo, Teti Andrea
Pagine147-195
Numero di pagine49
DOI
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2020

Serie di pubblicazioni

NomeTHE EUROPEAN UNION IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

Keywords

  • Civil society
  • Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreements
  • ‘More for more’
  • European Neighbourhood Policy
  • Mobility partnerships
  • Democracy assistance

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