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Title: European security in the 1990s and beyond : the implications of the accession of Cyprus and Malta to the European Union
Authors: Redmond, John
Pace, Roderick
Keywords: European Union -- Membership
European Union -- Relations -- Malta
European Union -- Relations -- Cyprus
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Citation: Redmond, J., & Pace, R. (1996). European security in the 1990s and beyond: The implications of the accession of Cyprus and Malta to the European Union. Contemporary Security Policy, 17(3), 430-450.
Abstract: For the last decade, the dramatic events in eastern and central Europe have (rightly) dominated the security debate in Europe and, indeed, the wider world. One of the consequences of this has been that the traditional neglect of the Mediterranean region has been compounded. However, there are now signs-notably the recent Barcelona conference at which the European Union's Mediterranean policy was relaunched and extended (to incorporate the grand design of a Mediterranean free trade area) - that the Mediterranean is, at last, receiving some of the attention it deserves and justifies.
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