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This book identifies the key drivers of the EU's external relations policy towards the Arab states in the Mediterranean region, and assesses the EU's scope to implement a coherent and coordinated policy towards the Arab states in what is a highly disparate political and economic region. The author evaluates whether the EU can create an enduring partnership with the Arab states and determines whether EuroMed can serve as a crucible for EU politico-economic engagement with the Islamic world.
1. Theoretical Approaches to Political Science, International Relations to EU External Relations, Foreign Policy 2. The EU and the International Arena 3. The Organisation of Geopolitical Space 4. The Barcelona Convention and EuroMed Policy 5. The European Commission and EuroMed Policy 6. The EU Member States and EuroMed Policy 7. Legitimising EuroMed Policy 8. Reorganising Geopolitical Space 9. Conclusions