Why enlargement breaks?

Marek Cichocki  advocates the importance of being part of the EU club otherwise the EU has no instruments to effectively exercise its power externally pointing out the weakness of the EU through the lens of non-member such as Ukraine.

Marek Aleksander Cichocki is the Research Director of the Natolin European Centre in Warsaw and Editor-in-chief of the magazine “New Europe. Natolin Review”. From 2007 to 2010 Advisor to the President of the Republic of Poland and Sherpa for the negotiations of the Lisbon Treaty. Permanent professor in the Institute of Applied Social Sciences of the University of Warsaw.

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