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Issue No. 11

This issue of the EU-28 Watch aims at enhanc­ing cit­i­zens’ under­stand­ing of the East­ern Neigh­bour­hood and Rus­si­a’s pol­i­cy and fil­ter­ing com­mon con­cerns and inter­ests at the East­ern bor­der of the EU. It cov­ers two main areas of ques­tions, first­ly the East­ern Neigh­bours and Rus­sia and sec­ond­ly ques­tions of EU enlarge­ment. There­fore it strong­ly relates to the Ukraine cri­sis that has been devel­op­ing since 2013 but also con­nects to the cri­sis in Syr­ia and more recent­ly to the refugee cri­sis the EU is fac­ing. IEP joined forces with TEPSA once again this year in order to pub­lish EU-28 Watch No. 11. This pub­li­ca­tion is part of the Europe for Cit­i­zens project East­ern Neigh­bours and Rus­sia: Close links with EU Cit­i­zens (ENURC).

The EU-28 Watch No. 11 receives sig­nif­i­cant fund­ing from the Otto Wolff-Foun­da­tion, Cologne, in the frame­work of the ‘Dia­log Europa der Otto Wolff-Stiftung’, and finan­cial sup­port from the Euro­pean Com­mis­sion, in the frame­work of the Europe for Cit­i­zens project “East­ern Neigh­bours and Rus­sia: Close links with EU cit­i­zens — ENURC”. The Euro­pean Com­mis­sion is not respon­si­ble for any use that may be made of the infor­ma­tion con­tained there­in.

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