Influence of EU Member States on ENP
Kolejny tematyczny nabytek ENP - tym razem jest to rozprawa doktorska naszej absolwentki z rocznika 2004/2005:
The Influence of EU Member States on European Neighbourhood Policy : A Comparative Analysis of Germany, France and Poland / Christine Normann. Baden Baden : Nomos, 2014. ISBN 9783848714155 (print), 9783845254678 (ePDF) 
Spis treści poniżej, więcej o książce na stronach wydawnictwa (tutaj).
Contents: 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Relevance of the study -- 1.2. Theoretical framework -- 1.3. Methodological considerations -- 1.4. Structure of the study -- 1.5. State of the art and sources -- 2. The European and regional policy of Germany, France and Poland -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. The European and regional identity of selected EU member states -- 2.3. The Weimar Triangle as an illustration of cooperation between Germany, France and Poland in Europe -- 2.4. Conclusion -- 3. The regional concepts of Germany, France and Poland and their modes of interaction in the European decision-making process in European Neighbourhood Policy -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. The European Neighbourhood Policy as a ring of friends around the EU -- 3.3. The phase of strengthening ENP from 2006 to 2009: selected EU member states and their respective regional concepts and modes of interaction in the European policy-making process -- 3.4. The effects of the European debate about regional concepts on the ENP in the broader context of the current challenges facing the EU -- 4. Final conclusion -- 4.1. Empirical findings -- 4.2. Theoretical implications.
Book Jacket: "Analysing the influence of EU member states on European Neighbourhood Policy, this study firstly refers to the European and regional identities of the selected EU member states, Germany, France and Poland. Secondly, it focuses on their different regional concepts - the European Ostpolitik of Germany, the Mediterranean Union of France and the Eastern Partnership of Poland - and the EU member states’ modes of interaction during the European negotiations that took place between 2006 and 2009. Thirdly, it considers the effects of this debate on the ENP. In doing so, it takes into account on-going discussions in the broader European context of deepening and widening the EU, of models of differentiated integration and the question of a European foreign policy. The analysis combines the theories of constructivism, new institutionalism and Europeanisation and is based on a methodological triangulation of discourse analysis and expert interviews."--PUBLISHER'S NOTE.