IEP Policy Brief on Eastern Europe and Central Asia No. 3 pulished
The third policy brief within the series “IEP Policy Briefs on Eastern Europe and Central Asia” deals with the “Elements for an Eastern Partnership Plus A New Association Package for Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine”. Katrin Böttger (IEP) and Cristian Ghinea (CRPE) argue that even though the Eastern Partership (EaP) can be considered a success, it has reached its limits in the current form. In consequence the two authors recommend to focus more on the Association Agreements (AA) with the EU, signed by Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine. In this paper Böttger and Ghinea make several suggestions for a New Association Package within the framework of the Eastern Partnership Plus.