Experiencing Europeanization in the Black Sea and South Caucasus
The book series European Studies in the Caucasus offers innovative perspectives on regional studies of the Caucasus. By embracing the South Caucasus as well as Turkey and Russia, it moves away from a traditional viewpoint of European Studies that considers the countries of the region as objects of Europeanization.
This second volume demonstrates this by looking into forms of inter-regionalism in the Black Sea–South Caucasus area in fields of economic cooperation, Europeanization of energy and environmental policies, discussing how the region is addressed in the elaboration of a new German Eastern Policy.
In the section on norm diffusion, the contributors assess the normative power strategy of the EU and its paradoxes in the region, its impact on civil society development in Armenia, and democracy promotion in Georgia.
In the section on legal approximation, issues of a global climate change regime and competition law in Georgia as well as penitentiary governance reform in the South Caucasus according to EU standards and policies are analyzed. All contributions also review regional or local contestations for the topics discussed here.
|Reihe||European Studies in the Caucasus|
|Beiträge von||Ani Mkrtchyan|
|Reihe herausgegeben von||Thomas Krüssmann|
|Beiträge von||Oliver Reisner, Selin Türkeş-Kılıç, Gaga Gabrichidze, Argun Başkan, Emirhan Duran, Evgeny Romanovskiy, Irakli Samkharadze, Iris Kempe, Nika Sergia, Sarkhan Huseynov, Tiffany G. Williams, Yelda Karadağ|