The Arab spring and the Euro- Mediterranean economic and political project
The popular revolts in the North Africa countries were at the origin of an unprecedented period of political and socio-economic transformations. The «Arab Spring» with all of its diversity of rationales and local expressions is leading to important changes in the dynamics of the European-Mediterranean partnership, going so far in some countries as to raise fundamental questions and diverging pathways to Euro-Mediterranean integration. If we compare Morocco and Tunisia from this perspective, the former continues on a course toward enhanced institutional integration while the latter marks a pause in its integration efforts. In a transition country like Tunisia, but also in a more stable country as Morocco, it is obvious that the relations with the EU will have to evolve.
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