An appraisal of the EU's trade policy towards its eastern neighbours : the case of Georgia

Patrick Messerlin ... [et al.]

This book assesses the state of discussions between the European Union and Georgia on a free trade agreement. The case of Georgia is unique in a few respects. Georgia's own trade policy is more open toward the EU than vice versa, and it has achieved governance reforms on par with some of the EU member states. Yet preconditions imposed by the European Commission are far more onerous than those it demanded of other neighboring countries. Taking these factors into account, the authors find the Commission's strikingly anomalous approach bad policy in all respects - commerce, development, and foreign policy - and in urgent need of reshaping. They argue that the EU should open negotiations with Georgia without further delay since the country has more than satisfied the relevant subset of preconditions, and that EU trade policies toward Eastern Europe should be adapted to the particular circumstances of the partner state in question rather than following the prevailing "one-size-fits-all" dogma. This title is copublished with the Groupe d'Economie Mondiale at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po).

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書名 An appraisal of the EU's trade policy towards its eastern neighbours : the case of Georgia
著作者等 Emerson, Michael
Jandieri, Gia
Vernoy, Alexandre Le
Messerlin Patrick
出版元 Center for European Policy Studies
刊行年月 c2011
ページ数 iii, 109 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 9789461380838
NCID BB07102961
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言語 英語
出版国 ベルギー
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