Diana Bozhilova


This book offers an account of how the institutionalisation of the EU foreign and security policy has impacted processes of European integration. The manuscript proposes a ‘synthetic’ model through which it examines evidence of EU member states’ preference ordering and interest aggregation by the High Representative in the context of EU-Kosovo and EU-Ukraine relations.


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European Union integration, Foreign Policy, Security, Convergence, Strategic choice, Governance

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