The EU Frontiers publication series aims to provide an account of actors and developments along the enlargement frontiers of Europe. It fills an academic gap by monitoring and analyzing EU related policies of the broad Central and Eastern European region, studying the past and evaluating the prospects of the future. Furthermore, it follows and gives regular account of the EU enlargement process both from an inside and an applicant perspective. The publication is aimed at students, academics, specialists and the interested public.
The series is split into two streams:
The papers published under the EU Frontiers Policy Paper series follow a more classical academic style, in which medium to long term analysis is based on thorough research. These longer works may still include recommendations as the publication aspires to be policy and practice oriented. Access them here.
The papers published under the EU Frontiers Policy Brief series are short, issue-oriented articles that follow ongoing developments closely and may act as a vehicle for authors to include opinions and short-term recommendations. Access them here.
The views, opinion and findings expressed in the papers are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the publisher.
Published by the Center for European Neighborhood Studies, Central European University
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Responsible publisher / Series editor: Péter Balázs