The External Dimension of EU Justice and Home Affairs: by Thierry Balzacq (Editor)

By Thierry Balzacq (Editor)

This publication offers an research of the ecu Neighbourhood coverage by means of concentrating on the influence of norms of justice and residential affairs on european exterior kinfolk. Drawing at the literature of recent governance it designs a framework for research which clarifies the contents, instruments and techniques of the exterior measurement of european justice and residential affairs.

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European Commission, 2003, p. 5 As we will see later, this separation is somewhat unusual with regard to other recent EU documents related to the topic of migrations in particular. Julien Jeandesboz 43 The ESS document develops a different take on the neighbourhood. While focusing largely on the EU’s global perspectives, it also comprises a full section on the relations of the EU with its proximities, which largely shapes the neighbourhood in terms of threats and danger. The agenda it presents is based upon the contrast between ‘well-governed’ countries and ‘weak states’.

124–5). In defining cooperation in the field of JHA, the ENP Action Plans usually differentiate six areas of action: 1. migration (legal and illegal, readmission, visas, asylum); 2. border management; 3. cooperation in combating organized crime; 4. the fight against drug trafficking; 5. the fight against money laundering, economic and financial crimes; and 30 The Frontiers of Governance 6. judicial and police cooperation. A closer look at Action Plans provisions on JHA suggests that cooperation is premised upon an effective mechanism of border management and control.

Part I: Recasting Institutions contextualizes the ENP, outlines why and how it was formulated, and assesses the extent to which the ENP helps scholars to break out of the state-centric framework in which much of the study of EU external governance has found itself confined (chapter 2). Chapter 3 assesses the changes to the ENP since its launch as a strategic objective of the European Security Strategy, and its impact on the EMP, by addressing a pressing question: Is the ENP’s philosophy of enlargement lite an innovative form of external governance or a tacit attempt to rewrite the political 32 The Frontiers of Governance culture of its neighbours for the sake of its own security?

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