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Enlargement and Good Governance/Democracy

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Enlargement, Good Governance and Democracy
By: Bo Dohmen
Jordy Geurts
Sophie Hermans
Jamie Steine
Judy de Weerd
1952

Belgium
Germany
Italy
Luxembourg
The Netherlands
France
1973

Denmark
Ireland
United Kingdom
1981

Greece
1986

Spain
Portugal
1995

Austria
Finland
Sweden
2004
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Estonia
Hungary
Latvia
Lithuania
Malta
Poland
Slovakia
Slovenia
2007

Bulgaria
Romania
2013

Croatia
Introduction:

Copenhagen Criteria

Enlargement: History and Future

Article 1 & 2: Discussion about enlargement

Article 3: Discussion about democracy & good governance

Conclusion
Copenhagen Criteria
Question 1
Question 3

When did Turkey apply for a full EU membership?

A. 2004
B.1999
C.1987
C. 1987
The Copenhagen Criteria were laid down in....

A.1993
B.1994
C.1957
A. 1993
Question 2

Link the following countries to the year of accession

1.Greece
2.United Kingdom
3.Austria

A.1981
B.1995
C.1973


Austria: 1995 B
United Kingdom: 1973 C Greece:1981 A
Question 4

Who will be the new Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy?

A. Johannes Hahn
B.Frans Timmermans
C.Štefan Füle
A. Johannes Hahn
Article 1 - European Neighborhood Policy and enlargement negotiations

According to the commission, this portfolio, “next to a reinforced neighborhood policy, puts the focus on the continuation of enlargement negotiations, whilst acknowledging that there will be
no enlargement of the European Union for the next five years
.”
Article 2 - Mogherini backs Western Balkan enlargement

The new High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy:

“We believe that going on consistently with the enlargement process is not only in the interests of those countries … but also in the interest of
European stability, security, and economic prosperity


In the next 5 years, the EU should not be enlarged, even if the countries meet the Acquis conditions.
Discussion Statement 1
Discussion Statement 2
Article 3 - Should Europe stop funding pro-EU groups in former Soviet countries?
Conclusion

Copenhagen Criteria
Enlargement
Future: different views
EU Promotes democracy & good governance
>Different approach
Good Governance and democracy
Democracy
Democracy > Demokratia

Demos = "The People"
Kratia = "Power Rule"
Good governance
It is “… among other things participatory, transparent and accountable. It is also effective and equitable. And it promotes the rule of law.” – UNDP

It “… encompasses the role of public authorities in establishing the environment in which economic operators function and in determining the distribution of benefits as well as the relationship between the ruler and the ruled.” .” – OECD (www.oecd.org/dac/)

It is “… epitomized by predictable, open and enlightened policy making; a bureaucracy imbued with a professional ethos; an executive arm of government accountable for its actions; and a strong civil society participating in public affairs; and all behaving under the rule of law.” – World Bank 1994: Governance: The World Bank’s Experience.

Which definition is the best one according to you?
What does the EU to promote good governance and democracy?
European Endowment for Democracy
Differences in approach between China and the EU towards Africa
Europe: Requirements need to be met in exchange for aid
China: Non interference principle

Example: Equatorial Guinea
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION !
6MS ECSC 1951 > 28MS EU 2014

Political criteria
Economic criteria
Legislative (Acquis)

1)Become official candidate for membership > 2)Negotiations > 3)Joining EU
The EU and Turkey should stop negotiating
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