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Title: The EU’s relations with its Mediterranean neighbours in a regional perspective
Other Titles: Change and opportunities in the emerging Mediterranean
Authors: Marchetti, Andreas
Keywords: European Union countries -- Relations -- Mediterranean Region
Mediterranean Region -- Relations -- European Union countries
Europe -- Politics and government -- 21st century
European Neighbourhood Policy (Program)
Geopolitics -- European Union countries
International relations
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: University of Malta. Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies
Citation: Marchetti, A. (2012). The EU’s relations with its Mediterranean neighbours in a regional perspective. In S. Calleya, & M. Wohlfeld (Eds.), Change and Opportunities in the Emerging Mediterranean (pp. 397-412). Msida: Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies.
Abstract: “Even in an era of globalisation, geography is still important." What holds true for the European Union, after the turn of the century, has been true throughout European history. Although the often common state of war in Europe has been overcome after the Second World War, the European Communities, and later the European Union, have always paid particular attention to their geographic proximity, aware of neighbours’ potential contribution or threat to peace, security, stability and prosperity in Europe.
ISBN: 9789995701765
Appears in Collections:Change and opportunities in the emerging Mediterranean

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