The European Union promotes the respect of human rights, democracy and the reinforcement of rule of law in former soviet Republics through political and legally binding instruments, both multilateral and bilateral. However these instruments are not applied by the EU to the same extent. Taking into account the results of this different approach the article stress the relevance of the strenghtening of the cooperation between EU and CoE in the field of institutional reforms concerning the former soviet Republics.

Cooperation between the European Union and the Council of Europe in the Field of Institutional Reforms in Newly Independent States / C. Filippini - In: The Eurasian Economic Union and the Eurasian Union : Moving toward a Greater Understanding / [a cura di] A. di Gregorio, A. Angeli. - Prima edizione. - The Hague : eleven, 2017. - ISBN 9789462367364. - pp. 109-124

Cooperation between the European Union and the Council of Europe in the Field of Institutional Reforms in Newly Independent States

C. Filippini
2017

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The European Union promotes the respect of human rights, democracy and the reinforcement of rule of law in former soviet Republics through political and legally binding instruments, both multilateral and bilateral. However these instruments are not applied by the EU to the same extent. Taking into account the results of this different approach the article stress the relevance of the strenghtening of the cooperation between EU and CoE in the field of institutional reforms concerning the former soviet Republics.
Conditionality; European Union; Council of Eruope; Venice Commission; Human Rights clause; Association Agreements; Ukraine, Belarus'; Moldova; Armenia; Azerbaijan; Georgia; Eastern Partnership; ENP; Eurasian Economic Union
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