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Region-Building and Contested State Identities

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In its original design, the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership that was launched at the Barcelona Conference in November 1995 was an unusual, and quite ambitious, policy initiative. Initially comprising the then-15 EU member states and 12 partners from the southern Mediterranean,1 the declared aim of the EMP was to turn the Mediterranean into an area of peace, stability, and prosperity (Barcelona Declaration 1995). With it, the main concern of the EMP was security.

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  • Foreign Policy
  • Regional Security
  • Peace Process
  • Arab State
  • Regional Order

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© 2006 Raffaella A. Del Sarto

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Del Sarto, R.A. (2006). Region-Building and Contested State Identities. In: Contested State Identities and Regional Security in the Euro-Mediterranean Area. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781403982858_2

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