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|Title:||Parliaments and civil society cooperation in the Euro-Mediterranean partnership|
Xenakis, Dimitris K.
European Union countries -- Relations -- Mediterranean Region
Democracy -- Mediterranean Region
|Publisher:||Duke University Press|
|Citation:||Pace, R., Stavridis, S., & Xenakis, D. (2004). Parliaments and civil society cooperation in the Euro-Mediterranean partnership. Mediterranean Quarterly, 15(1), 75-92.|
|Abstract:||Since the mid-1990s, the Mediterranean policy of the European Union has gained a significant degree of multilateralization when compared with previous European approaches to the Mediterranean. The Barcelona Process (or EMP, for Euro-Mediterranean Partnership) launched in November 1995 has become a focal point of both scholarly and policy-oriented attention.1 Arguably, a new phase has emerged in Euro-Mediterranean affairs, consisting of openness, dialogue, and work in common from policy design to implementation. All the same, the Barcelona Process has experienced numerous problems.|
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