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In fact, enlargement has been regarded as a very successful democracy promotion programme, where the prospect of membership ‘created powerful incentives for successful governments to improve democratic standards and also pursue economic reforms’ (Vachudova 2007: 105). With the European Neighbourhood Policy, the Commission is taking its role and authority as democracy promoter into the community of states that constitute the EU’s neighbours. 8 Covering political, economic and cultural dialogue, the programme also includes priorities on terrorism, the non-proliferation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, support for the Israeli-Palestine peace process, and economic development.
E. Jørgensen et al. (eds) Handbook of European Union politics, London: Sage Publications. Telò, M. (2006) Europe: a Civilian Power? European Union, Global Governance, World Order, Basingstoke: Macmillan. Whitman, R. (1998) From Civilian Power to Superpower? The International Identity of the European Union, Basingstoke: Macmillan. —— (2002) ‘The fall, and rise, of civilian power Europe’, National Europe Centre Paper 16. Online. au:8443/handle/1885/41589 (accessed 18 November 2008). Part I General framework 1 The EU’s promotion of regional integration Norms, actorness and geopolitical realities Mary Farrell Having attained a degree of internal integration, consolidated in large part by internal market liberalisation, the introduction of a single currency, and a raft of economic and social policies, the European Union (EU) has over the past decade sought to extend its presence on the international stage.
As one of the largest donors with respect to development assistance to Africa, European efforts have largely concentrated upon projects related to rural development, technical assistance, transport, capacity building programmes, good governance, and HIV/AIDS (Crawford 2004). The European Commission, as the co-ordinator of EU development policy, has tended to shy away from more political type initiatives in the implementation of programmes of action within the individual African countries. In a continent where poverty and underdevelopment, child malnutrition, ill health and inadequate physical and social infrastructure remain such evident and immediate challenges to societal welfare and development prospects, development agencies have followed the Millennium Development Goals to focus on the objectives of poverty reduction.
A Global Security Triangle: European, African and Asian Interaction (Routledge GARNET series: Europe in the World) by Valeria Bello, Belachew Gebrewold