TEPSA Brief: “The EU’s Neighbourhood Policy and Authoritarian Regimes: a Mounting Security Challenge”, Aliaksei Kazharski (IESIR, Slovakia)

TEPSA is happy to present its new policy brief “The EU’s Neighbourhood Policy and Authoritarian Regimes: a Mounting Security Challenge”, written by Aliaksei Kazharski, who is a researcher at Charles University in Prague and Comenius University in Bratislava.

Abstract:

This policy brief analyses the recent security challenges generated by authoritarian regimes in the EU’s neighborhood and the broader implications for the EU’s strategy of dealing with authoritarianism, which should be made more intelligent and consistent so as to minimize interdependence with authoritarian regimes and their opportunities to blackmail and manipulate democratic societies.

Read the TEPSA brief