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Dahrendorf Policy Brief: European Neighbourhood Policy Review – Lessons from North Africa

Developments in North Africa in the past four years suggest that the initial objective of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), namely to create a community of stable and prosperous countries at the EU’s borders has, to a large extent, failed.

The EU is now planning to review the policy  by autumn 2015. On 23 february 2015, The Hertie School of Governance and The Jacques Delors Institut – Berlin invited policymakers and analysts from leading European think tanks and academia to review the ENP with regard to North Africa in an expert workshop (Chatham House rules). The participants discussed the most relevant lessons to be learned from North Africa and outlined how and to what extent the ENP could and should be changed.

Read the full policy brief here: European Neighbourhood Policy Review: Lessons from North Africa.

The opinions expressed in this blog contribution are entirely those of the author and do not represent the positions of the Dahrendorf Forum or its hosts Hertie School and London School of Economics or its funder Stiftung Mercator.