Completing Europe – From the North-South Corridor to Energy, Transportation, and Telecommunications Union

Author
Atlantic Council, CEEP
Content Type
Working Paper
Institution
Atlantic Council
Abstract
One of the greatest successes of our new century has been the progress made in unifying Europe. The accession of Central Europe's countries to the European Union (EU) has contributed to the end of division that wrought confrontations and conflicts. Yet this task is far from finished. Europe's economic woes, as well as new security challenges along the Union's eastern border add to the urgency of completing and consolidating the European integration project as part of our transatlantic vision of a Europe whole, free, and at peace.
Topic
Economics, Energy Policy, Science and Technology, Infrastructure
Political Geography
Europe, Central Europe