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A series of reports "The EU New Member States as Agenda Setters in the Enlarged European Union" look at the positions of the new Central and Eastern European EU Member States on a selected number of issues on the EU agenda in seven policy areas: economic issues, minority integration, energy and climate, common agriculture policy, foreign and security policy, justice and home affairs and institutional issues.

A comparative policy report, based on the ten country reports, was produced to highlight the project’s findings:

Not Your Grandfather’s Eastern Bloc: The EU New Member States as Agenda Setters in the Enlarged European Union image

Country reports: The EU New Member States as Agenda Setters in the Enlarged European Union

 Bulgaria Country Report 
 
Czech Republic Country Report 
 
Estonia Country Report 
 
Hungary Country Report
 Latvia Country Report 
 
Lithuania Country Report 
 
Poland Country Report 
 
Romania Country Report 
 
Slovakia Country Report 
 Slovenia Country Report 


The publication is a product of the Open Society Institute – Sofia within the European Policies Initiative (EuPI) and the project The EU New Member States as Agenda Setters in the Enlarged European Union”. This EuPI has been implemented in close partnership with EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, with project funding provided by the Open Society Institute – Sofia.


2008 European Policies Initiative

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