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The Impact of Enlargement on CFSP
Unformatted Document Text:  Timm BeicheltEuropa-Universität Frankfurt(Oder)Große Scharrnstr. 5915207 Frankfurt/OderGermany Tel. +49 – 335 – 5534 2537## email not listed ## The impact of Eastern enlargement on the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union Paper presented at the International Studies Association "Dynamics of World Politics. Capacity, Preferences and Leadership" Honolulu, USA, march 1– 5, 2005 Abstract: The enlargement of the EU has two major impacts on CFSP. First, therange of interests within the EU has certainly grown. Not least because of historicand contemporary experiences with Russia, the Central European member statessee the USA as an additional anchor for European stability, whereas major oldmember states have been trying to set up a more autonomous European foreignpolicy. Secondly, the New Neighborhood Initiative tries to formulate a foreign pol-icy strategy towards the "new neighbors" after enlargement. This puts some of theold and many of the new member states into the responsible position of co-defining policy aims and therefore making an important step towards European in-tegration. The paper aims at analyzing both impacts on the conduct of CFSP afterenlargement. Table of content: 1. INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................................1 2. CFSP STRATEGIES AFTER ENLARGEMENT: THE EUROPEAN NEIGHBORHOODPOLICY (ENP) AND BEYOND ...............................................................................................................3 3. NEW INTERNAL RIFTS?..................................................................................................................10 4. CONCLUSION: THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE NEW MEMBER STATES TO EUROPE'SPOSITION IN THE WORLD .................................................................................................................15 5. CITED LITERATURE ........................................................................................................................20

Authors: Beichelt, Timm.
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Timm Beichelt
Europa-Universität Frankfurt(Oder)
Große Scharrnstr. 59
15207 Frankfurt/Oder
Germany
Tel. +49 – 335 – 5534 2537
## email not listed ##
The impact of Eastern enlargement on the
Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union
Paper presented at the International Studies Association
"Dynamics of World Politics. Capacity, Preferences and Leadership"
Honolulu, USA, march 1– 5, 2005
Abstract: The enlargement of the EU has two major impacts on CFSP. First, the
range of interests within the EU has certainly grown. Not least because of historic
and contemporary experiences with Russia, the Central European member states
see the USA as an additional anchor for European stability, whereas major old
member states have been trying to set up a more autonomous European foreign
policy. Secondly, the New Neighborhood Initiative tries to formulate a foreign pol-
icy strategy towards the "new neighbors" after enlargement. This puts some of the
old and many of the new member states into the responsible position of co-
defining policy aims and therefore making an important step towards European in-
tegration. The paper aims at analyzing both impacts on the conduct of CFSP after
enlargement.
Table of content:
1. INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................................1
2. CFSP STRATEGIES AFTER ENLARGEMENT: THE EUROPEAN NEIGHBORHOOD
POLICY (ENP) AND BEYOND ...............................................................................................................3
3. NEW INTERNAL RIFTS?..................................................................................................................10
4. CONCLUSION: THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE NEW MEMBER STATES TO EUROPE'S
POSITION IN THE WORLD .................................................................................................................15
5. CITED LITERATURE ........................................................................................................................20


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