Euro-Mediterranean relations after September 11 : international, regional, and domestic dynamics / editor, Annette Jünemann.Material type: TextPublisher: London ; New York : Routledge & Taylor & Francis Group, 2003Description: 245 pages ; 23 cmContent type:
- Euro-Mediterranean Partnership -- Congresses
- European Union -- Congresses
- September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 -- Congresses
- Europe -- Foreign relations -- Mediterranean Region
- Mediterranean Region -- Foreign relations -- Europe -- Congresses
- European Union countries -- Foreign relations -- Mediterranean Region -- Congresses
- Mediterranean Region -- Foreign relations -- European Union countries -- Congresses
- BAEPS, Political Science MASTER - Political Science November2019
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|327.20973 ك ي س الدبلوماسية /||327.4 MCC The European Superpower /||327.401822 BAR The Barcelona process :||327.401822 EUR Euro-Mediterranean relations after September 11 :||327.406 EUA The EU and Africa :||327.4073 END The End of the West? :||327.4073 KIS The troubled partnership :|
"This group of studies first appeared in a special issue of Mediterranean politics (ISSN 1362-9395), Vol. 8, Nos. 2-3 (Summer-Autumn 2003) [Euro-Mediterranean relations after September 11: international, regional and domestic dynamics]"--T.p. verso.
"This collection emerged from an international conference on 'The Mediterranean in the new evolving international order: domestic, regional and international interests', which was held on the occasion of the 'First World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies'..."--Acknowledgments.
Security building in the Mediterranean after September 11 / Annette Jünemann -- Reshaping the agenda?: the internal politics of the Barcelona Process in the aftermath of September 11 / Richard Gillespie -- Repercussions of the emerging European security and defence policy on the civil character of the Euro-Mediterranean partnership / Annette Jünemann -- Gender and security in the Mediterranean / Cilja Harders -- The EMP and Morocco: diverging political agendas? / Said Haddadi -- Spanish foreign policy and the promotion of democracy and human rights: the case of morocco since the enthronement of Mohamed VI / Laura Feliu -- The external dimension of sub-national governments: dealing with human rights at the Barcelona and Valencia Euromed Civil Fora / Eduard Soler I. Lecha -- Loss of guiding values and support: September 11 and the isolation of human rights organizations in Egypt / Angela Grnert -- Democratization without democracy? The assistance of the European Union for democratization processes in Palestine / Stephan Stetter -- The EU and the Middle East Conflict: tackling the main obstacle to Euro-Mediterranean partnership / Muriel Asseburg -- Arab regional integration as a prerequisite for a successful Euro-Mediterranean partnership / Bchir Chourou -- Israeli policy perspectives on the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership in the context of EU enlargement / Alfred Tovias.
A comprehensive study of the nexus between democratization and security in the Mediterranean, which are seen as essentially complementary yet threatened by political trends witnessed since the September 2001 attacks.