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EASTERN JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN STUDIES
This paper aims to shed some light on the implications of the intergovernmental approach on the inception and evolution of the EU's Neighbourhood Policy. Although initially projected as a new community policy based on a called-for common, unitary vision on the neighbours, the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) was (and still is) directly influenced by the interests and particular actions of several EU member states. Since its conception and through its developing initiatives, especially in thefatcat:riac45emyvhtff6z77xr3tc75q