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Title: The European Union’s next Mediterranean enlargement challenges and uncertainties
Other Titles: Jean Monnet working papers in comparative and international politics
Authors: Pace, Roderick
Keywords: European Union -- Relations -- Mediterranean Region
European Union -- Membership
European Union -- Relations -- Malta
European Union -- Relations -- Cyprus
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: Università di Catania. Dipartimento di Studi Politici
Citation: Pace, R. (1997). The European Union’s Next Mediterranean Enlargement Challenges and Uncertainties. Jean Monnet working papers in Comparative and international politics, Dept of Political Studies, University of Catania, 1-26.
Abstract: This paper will seek first of all to show the developments that have occurred in the EU’s relations with the Mediterranean applicants in the 1990s. Following that, the analysis will focus on the main implications for the Union of the next Mediterranean enlargement and its likely impact on the applicant states. The last part of the paper will take the form of a discussion of the possible path which the next Mediterranean enlargement will follow.
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