Bridges and Barriers: The European Union's Mediterranean Policy, 1961-1998
This is a detailed study of the European Union's Mediterranean Policy from the 1960s to the present, covering the Maghreb and Mashreq countries, Turkey, Malta, Israel, the Occupied Territories and Cyprus.
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Europe and the Mediterranean
Problems Facing the Mediterranean Region
The Early Agreements 1961 1972
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Agence Europe Agreement establishing agricultural Algeria April Arab association agreement Barcelona process bilateral Brussels cent Committee on Development Common Market Community's Mediterranean Policy concessions Conference Council Decision Council Regulation EEC customs union December developing countries Document Egypt EIB loans enlargement establishing an association EU's Euro Euro-Mediterranean Partnership European Communities European Council European Parliament European Report European Union exports February final Brussels financial and technical Foreign Affairs free trade area funding GATT Greece human rights implementation importance increase industrial investment Islamic Israel Israeli January Jordan July June Lebanon liberalisation Maghreb Malta Mashreq Mediterranean partners Mediterranean region Member membership Middle East migration million negotiations November Occupied Territories October Official Journal Palestinian Parliamentary Resolution political population problems programmes promote proposal Protocol on financial Rapporteur Redirected Mediterranean Policy sector Security September social southern Mediterranean Spain Syria tariff technical cooperation TMCs Tovias Tunisia Turkey Turkish World