With a decade-old civil war continuing in Algeria with no end in sight, and a second intifada threatening to take roots in Palestine, the Mediterranean appears incapable of breaking from the cycle of violence in which it has been entrapped for nearly half a century. The process launched to implement the 1995 Barcelona Declaration is at a standstill, having failed to bring the region anywhere near to peace, stability, and shared prosperity. As the participants in the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (EMP) try to reinvigorate or re-launch the Barcelona process, they need to identify the obstacles that prevented it from moving forward so that they can devise appropriate ways for eliminating those obstacles and breathing new life into the process.
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- Conceptualisations of Security: A Perspective from the Maghreb
Prof. Dr. Béchir Chourou
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg