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Key challenges and undermining factors of the EUs promotion of democracy and human rights in Central Asia
In this work the following research question will be addressed: What are the undermining factors, both internally (within the EU) and locally (within the Central Asian region) of effective promotion of democracy and human ...
The European Unions balancing act between norms and interests in its Southern neighbourhood : an analysis of explanatory factors behind inconsistent human rights and democratisation policies of the EU in Northern Africa
The events of the ‘Arab Spring’ and especially the initial uprisings in Northern Africa have uncovered the EU’s policies towards the region and the often inconsistent balancing of the EU’s treaty-based norms of human rights ...
Human rights clauses in EU external agreements and their contribution to the promotion and protection of human rights : the case of Central Asia
Currently the Central Asian countries: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan are experiencing a considerable decline in human rights. The repressive regimes are violating wide range of human rights ...