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2005–2009 m. Europos Sąjungos sankcijos Uzbekistanui : iliuzinių vertybių iliuzinė politika

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dc.contributor.author Razma, Ainis
dc.date.accessioned 2016-09-27T07:41:53Z
dc.date.available 2016-09-27T07:41:53Z
dc.date.issued 2010
dc.identifier.issn 2335-7185
dc.identifier.uri https://eltalpykla.vdu.lt/1/31976
dc.description.abstract Straipsnyje Europos Sąjungos sankcijų Uzbekistanui fone apmąstomos Europos Sąjungos santykių su nevakarietiškomis civilizacijomis problemos. Autoriaus nuomone, vertybinė užsienio politika įmanoma tik vienos civilizacijos rėmuose; vykdoma kitų civilizacijų atžvilgiu ji praranda moralumą ir virsta savo priešingybe – galios politika. Pabaigoje pateikiamos keturios išvados praktinei diplomatijai. lt_LT
dc.description.abstract Shortly following the bloodshed in Andizhan in May, 2005, the EU introduced sanctions to Uzbekistan. This diplomatic action marked an end of friendly partner relations between the parties and had severe geopolitical consequences for the West. During the sanctions period, human rights situation in Uzbekistan has not improved, neither any significant progress of democratic political reform was observable. Nevertheless, due to the pressing geopolitical interests and economic considerations, in November, 2009 the EU has dropped sanctions to Uzbekistan. This four year period of partial disengagement of the EU from active policy in Uzbekistan saw serious and rapid deterioration of European and American geopolitical influence in Central Asia. This round-about of European diplomacy in Uzbekistan was caused by the attempts of the EU to carry out so called moral foreign policy based on values of Western liberal democracy. The autohor argues that such policy only can be effective within the confines of a single civilization. Due to the different interpretations of the meanings of certain values among various civilizations, an attempt to introduce someone‘s own interpretation as the only true one, turns value-based diplomacy into a variation of power policy. This happens due to the fact that in the game where one interpretation should be acknowledged to be the correct one, the power is a single factor behind such an acknowledgement. The EU and the West in general, today is in a position to announce globaly the superiority of their values. However, in the long run this ability may dramatically decrease, if the EU will continue to ignore the nature of international relations and will futher sacrifice it‘s geopolitical interests and influence to the value principles, as in the case with Uzbekistan. en_US
dc.language.iso lt en_US
dc.relation.ispartof Politikos mokslų almanachas, 2010, [T.] 8, p. 63-86 lt_LT
dc.rights Sutarties data 2009-12-28, nr. A923, laisvai prieinamas internete lt_LT
dc.subject European Union en_US
dc.subject Uzbekistan en_US
dc.subject Values en_US
dc.subject Moral principles en_US
dc.subject Civilization en_US
dc.subject Foreign policy en_US
dc.subject Europos Sąjunga lt_LT
dc.subject Uzbekistanas lt_LT
dc.subject Vertybės lt_LT
dc.subject Moralė lt_LT
dc.subject Civilizacijos lt_LT
dc.subject Užsienio politika lt_LT
dc.subject Galia lt_LT
dc.title 2005–2009 m. Europos Sąjungos sankcijos Uzbekistanui : iliuzinių vertybių iliuzinė politika en_US
dc.title.alternative Illusory policy of illusory values : sanctions of European Union to Uzbekist an in 2005–2009 en_US
dc.type Straipsnis / Article
dc.subject.udc 32 Politika / Politics

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