Free Trade between the EU and Ukraine – Minority Protection in Turkey – Two more “IEP Policy Briefs on Enlargement and Neighbourhood” published
Which successes and barriers exist concerning the implementation of European standards in the Ukrainian market? Concerning the fields of technical regulation and shareholders’ rights, Dr. Julia Langbein, lecturer at the FU Berlin, offers recommendations for more effective measures to promote implementation of the provisions of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement.
Analysing minority protection in Turkey, Gözde Yilmaz, PhD candidate at the Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies, critically evaluates the EU’s engagement in supporting further progress in this field thus far and points to necessary measures for a more comprehensive minority protection in Turkey.
Both policy briefs are part of the electronic series, “IEP Policy Briefs on Enlargement and Neighbourhood,” which is dedicated to case studies of Europeanisation evaluating the power the EU has to transform its neighbouring countries to foster stability, peace and prosperity. The series covers the enlargement countries as well as the eastern neighbours and the Mediterranean region. In its publications, young researchers inter alia from the Kolleg-Forschergruppe (KFG), “The Transformative Power of Europe,” and the Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP) present the results of their analysis in an abbreviated, user friendly form focusing on policy recommendations. “IEP Policy Briefs on Enlargement and Neighbourhood” are published in the framework of the research Project: “The EU’s policy towards Eastern Europe and Central Asia – A key role for Germany,” funded by the Otto Wolff-Foundation. The publication is financially supported by the Kolleg-Forschergruppe.