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References Adomeit, H. (2011), Russia and its Neighbourhood: Competition and Conflict with the EU, Natolin Research Papers, no. 4. Retrieved from www.coleurope.eu/file/content/studyprogrammes/eais/.../adomeit.pdf [accessed 26 May 2012] Ashton, C. (2010), “The European Union’s Role in Global Affairs,” Hampton Road International Security Quarterly, 1 April 2010. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.canterbury.ac.nz/docview/215211075?accountid=14499 [accessed 25 Apr 2012] Baranovsky, V. (2002), Russia’s Attitudes Towards the EU: Political Aspects

.2% of America’s craft breweries are located in just ten metropolitan areas. The preference of craft breweries for urban areas means that 78.5% of legal drinking-age adults live within ten miles of a brewery ( Herz 2016a ). In many cities, driven by a desire for inexpensive space, many craft breweries have demonstrated a preference for renting or purchasing older buildings in neighborhoods that are economically distressed. Because of these locational preferences, craft breweries can be found in a wide variety of interesting buildings including old churches, fire

Council and the European Parliament “Wider Europe — Neighbourhood: A New Framework for Relations with our Eastern and Southern Neighbours”, 11.3.2003. Communication COM(1999) 539 from the Commission to the Council, the European Parliament, the Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions, “Towards a new framework for Electronic Communications infrastructure and associated services”, The 1999 Communications Review, 10.11.1999. Communication COM(2015) 192 final from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social

Measures for Community and Neighborhood Research SAGE Publications Thousand Oaks Perry, C. (1998). The Neighbourhood Unit, a Scheme for Arrangement for the Family-Life Community (1929). Reprinted Routledge/Thoemmes, London Perry C. 1998 The Neighbourhood Unit, a Scheme for Arrangement for the Family-Life Community (1929) Reprinted Routledge/Thoemmes London Prażniewski, A. (2009). Spójność terytorialna . Włocławek: Kujawsko-Pomorskie Biuro Planowania Przestrzennego i Regionalnego. Document available online: http