Author: Tedo Japaridze
In light of the recent emergence of the “Black Sea Synergy” and the “Eastern Partnership”, and following the developments in the wider Black Sea area, the European Union and the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) need to explore in a more efficient and critical manner the perspectives of their interaction in the foreseeable future. The purpose of this Policy Brief is to consider certain built-in structural and institutional elements in the relations of these two institutions, and to identify balances, some loopholes as well as some risks in their interaction, reflecting on some regional perceptions and misperceptions which nourish or even re-shape the existing reality in the region and in the EU.
The edition is available here.
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