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The Eus Enlargement and Mediterranean Strategies : A Comparative Analysis - Marc Maresceau

The Eus Enlargement and Mediterranean Strategies

A Comparative Analysis

By: Marc Maresceau (Editor), Erwan Lannon (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st March 2001
ISBN: 9780333772812
Number Of Pages: 403

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This book is one of the rare studies embracing, through a comparative and prospective approach, the emerging pan-Euro-Mediterranean regional integration. The main purpose of this study is to make an analysis and a systematic comparison of the preferential relations between the EU and its eastern and southern peripheries and to stimulate further reflection on this topic. The respective frameworks for these relations share considerable similarities but also many differences.

Forewordp. vii
Acknowledgementsp. ix
Notes on the Contributorsp. x
List of Abbreviations and Acronymsp. xiv
Introduction: the Need for a Pan-Euro-Mediterranean Strategy--the Triangular Approachp. xvii
The Political and Security Dimension
The EU Pre-Accession Strategies: a Political and Legal Analysisp. 3
Europe's Mediterranean Strategy: the Security Dimensionp. 29
Towards a Pan-Euro-Mediterranean Association of Proximityp. 42
Differentiation and Association within the Pan-Euro-Mediterranean Areap. 63
The Many Faces of EU Conditionality in Pan-Euro-Mediterranean Relationsp. 97
The Economic and Financial Dimension
Agenda 2000 and EU Budget Strategy: Funding Enlargement and Relations with Eastern and Southern Neighboursp. 141
The Optimum Strategy for a Spoke: Linking with Other Spokes or Other Hubs?p. 153
Free Movement of Services and the Right of Establishment in a Pan-Euro-Mediterranean Economic Area: Between EU Membership and the GATSp. 169
Towards a Pan-Euro-Mediterranean Integration: a Survey of Issues in the Agricultural Sectorp. 193
Pan-European Rules of Origin and the Establishment of the Euro-Mediterranean Free Trade Zonep. 199
The Financial Assistance of the European Union to Its Eastern and Southern Neighbours: a Comparative Analysisp. 217
The Socio-Economic and Human Dimension
EU Pre-Accession Strategy: the Social Dimensionp. 257
The Economic, Social and Political Impact of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnershipp. 269
Company Law Harmonization and Reform as a Vehicle for Regional Integrationp. 283
Towards Pan-Euro-Mediterranean Environmental Co-governancep. 303
The European Union and Migratory Pressure from the Mediterranean and Central and Eastern Europep. 335
General Conclusion: Towards a Pan-Euro-Mediterranean Regional Integration--Motivation and Objectivesp. 367
The Network of Bilateral Agreements in the Pan-Euro-Mediterranean Area (1 January 2000)p. 379
Indexp. 384
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ISBN: 9780333772812
ISBN-10: 0333772814
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 403
Published: 1st March 2001
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.76 x 14.94  x 3.02
Weight (kg): 0.75
Edition Number: 1

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