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Elargissements et politiques de proximité de l’UE : libres propos sur l’intégration différenciée

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To pay tribute to Marc Maresceau, the dynamic and complex relationship that links the enlargement and the pre-accession strategy to other types of relationships established by the European Union in its "immediate neighborhood" is needed. The Euro-Mediterranean Association Agreements (AEMA) are agreements that establish bilateral free trade areas (FTA), a form of regional economic integration (IRE) within the meaning of Article XXIV of GATT 1994. In order to structure these free way that, people imagine to be a conversation with Marc Maresceau, it seams interesting from three observations. First, the dividing lines between the ENP and the pre-accession strategy tend to fade. Then the geographical criterion of Article 49 has taken a new dimension with the accession of Cyprus and the Treaty of Lisbon. Finally, roles and ambitions of Russia and Turkey are sub-estimated. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: European Union enlargement; Euro-Mediterranean Association Agreements; Marc Maresceau; pre-accession strategy; regional economic integration; Treaty of Lisbon



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