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Libres propos sur les élargissements de l’Union européenne

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Professor Marc Maresceau through an important scientific work has always paid special attention to issues related to the enlargement of the European Union, as memberships or membership prospects are among the instruments of foreign policy of the Union and in addition to the strict sense external policies, external impacts of domestic policies and the EU's bilateral relations with states or international organizations. A fraction of the doctrine and many analysts have even suggested that enlargement has been from the beginning the most effective instrument of a foreign policy.  If the foreign policy of the Union is to act on the structures and behaviors of other entities, enlargement has the effect of making endogenous, more malleable principle, reference objects: democratization, the rule of law, human rights, market economy, the competitive framework, and national legislation. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: domestic policies; European Union enlargement; foreign policy; international organizations; Marc Maresceau



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