Toward a Transatlantic Eastern Policy? The U.S., the EU, and the “In-Between States”
Policy Report 38 In Policy Report 38, Dr. Kai-Olaf Lang, former DAAD/AGI Fellow and Senior Associate at Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, examines the European and American policies vis-à-vis Russia and …
The EU Five Years After Its Eastern Enlargement
Five years after the EU’s 2004 enlargement, former DAAD/AICGS Fellow Dr. Kai-Olaf Lang looks at the early results of this eastern expansion and concludes that the positives outweigh the many negatives that have come out of it. Dr. Lang writes that a more consistent enlargement policy will enable the EU to export stability to its fringes, something that will benefit all of its members.