POSTOLACHE, Jurist Mihaela; IORDACHE, Constantin
October 2012
Bulletin of the 'Carol I' National Defence University / Buletinu;Oct-Dec2012, Issue 4, p71
Academic Journal
Development of an increasing interest of international actors for the extended Black Sea and beyond was initiated after the events of 2008 in this area. Given the growing ambitions of the EU to strengthen its political role worldwide and its deeper presence in the area, we witness a direct consequence of this orientation. EU not suddenly showed its interest in Eastern neighborhood but has always tried to stabilize the area, to "export" democracy in the region, to impose certain standards to develop programs, etc.. In other words, EU focused on supporting economic development processes and achieving welfare, encouraging the democratic transformation and the implementation of state of law, the institutional development and human rights.


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