1 edition of Security in the Mediterranean found in the catalog.
Security in the Mediterranean
|Statement||submitted on behalf of the Committee on Defence Questions and Armaments by Mr. Buck, rapporteur.|
|Series||Document / Assembly of Western European Union ;, 708, Document (Western European Union) ;, 708.|
|Contributions||Western European Union. Committee on Defence Questions and Armaments.|
|LC Classifications||JN94.A125 W45a no. 708, UA646.55 W45a no. 708|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||85233139|
4. HUMAN SECURITY--MEDITERRANEAN REGION. 5. MEDITERRANEAN REGION--NATIONAL SECURITY. Added entry(s): 1. European Union Institute for Security Studies (FR) Notes: 'This paper looks at the perspectives for security cooperation. between the EU and its partner countries in the Mediterranean. region. The authors argue that security is a crucial. Although the Mediterranean amounts to only approximately 1 per cent of the world’s surface, a significant part of our global stability and security is played out in that Sea. Italy, located at the centre of the Mediterranean, is bearing the brunt of that insecurity. Our strategy has been to combine solidarity and security.
The president of Malta discusses the current security challenges in the Mediterranean region, reflecting on the role of international cooperation . The volume opens up an important discussion on the changing nature of security, the effects this is likely to have on the Mediterranean and some of the local and sub-regional challenges the region faces. Well written and concise, this reader provides a good general discussion for students of the Mediterranean and policymakers alike.".
(). Mediterranean Security Revisited. Democracy and Security: Vol. 9, Arab Spring Challenges for Democracy and Security in the Mediterranean, pp. Cited by: 2. Perspectives on Mediterranean Security and Stability Login Subscribe now Download PDF. Markos Kyprianou is a former European Commissioner as well as a former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Finance of the Republic of Cyprus. You may follow him on Twitter @KyprianouMarkos. The Sea, the Great Sea, Mare Nostrum—no matter how the peoples on its shores called it, this grand .
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"‘Security and Environment in the Mediterranean – Conceptualising Security and Environmental Conflict’ is the collaborative effort of many of the region’s leading experts on desertification, climate change, water scarcity and rapid urbanization, and examines non-military threats to population growth and development.
Format: Paperback. "‘Security and Environment in the Mediterranean – Conceptualising Security and Environmental Conflict’ is the collaborative effort of many of the region’s leading experts on desertification, climate change, water scarcity and rapid urbanization, and examines non-military threats to population growth and development.
Mediterranean Security at the Crossroads. is one of the first in-depth looks at this region from a strictly post-Cold War perspective. : Hardcover. The contributions analyse the recent developments and challenges, provide critical insights into those fields and endeavour to provide some proposals for improving Mediterranean cooperation on democracy and security.
This book was published as a special issue of Democracy and : Hardcover. They also analyse NATO’s Mediterranean security dialogue and offer conceptualisations on security and perceptions of security challenges as seen in North and South.
The latter half of the book analyses environmental security and conflicts in the Mediterranean and environmental consequences of World War II, the Gulf War, the Balkan wars and. Today, Mediterranean security is even more central to the national interests of Security in the Mediterranean book, and therefore requires a continuous, systematic and in-depth reflection by the country’s government and public opinion.
The book aims to contribute to this reflection by addressing the issue with a comprehensive and pragmatic approach. This book was published while the November Euro-Mediterranean ministerial conference in Barcelona was trying to provide a first response to the possible consequences of such a crisis in terms of security and foreign policy.
50 Thanos Dokos, "Energy Geopolitics in the Eastern Mediterranean: The Role of Greece," in Energy Cooperation and Security in the Eastern Mediterranean: A Seismic Shift towards Peace or Conflict?, ed.
Angelos Giannakopoulos (The S. Daniel Abraham Center for International and Regional Studies, Tel Aviv University, ) A compilation of papers analyzing the issues affecting security in the Mediterranean area and their policy implications.
The Mediterranean is seen as a potential theatre for East-West confrontation both on land and at sea, as a key trade route and as an area of inter-relationship conflicts. The post-Cold War period made a new concept of security imperative: it encompasses environmental, social, economical, political and military issues.
Migration as a civilizational phenomenon, albeit transitional, goes across this entire spectrum, particularly in a varied historical milieu as the Euro Mediterranean region is.
Security Challenges in the Mediterranean Region is like many works on the region - highly descriptive and analytically thin - though it can hardly be blamed for the deficient "state of the art." To its credit, it does provide an English-language overview of the salient issues -- better in some chapters than others -- that could be of possible use to the reader unfamiliar with the Mediterranean.
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A security analysis of the entire Mediterranean region is an extremely difficult task. Because the geographical area that is in question is a vast one, which encompasses three sub- regional groupings and nineteen states: Southern Europe (Portugal, Spain, Italy, France.
The focal point of the book is the question in how far European-Mediterranean relations are challenged by the various developments. It explores the relationship between security and democracy within the Arab countries and in European-Mediterranean : Patricia Bauer. This book focuses on the Mediterranean/MENA migration crisis and explores the human security implications for migrants and refugees in this troubled region.
Since the Arab uprisings of /, the Middle East and North Africa region has experienced major political transformations and called into question the legitimacy of states in the region.
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Prospects for security in the Mediterranean. London: International Institute for Strategic Studies, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: International Institute for Strategic Studies. ISBN: OCLC. "Conference report based on Wilton Park conferenceOctoberMediterranean security, uncertainties and opportunities in a changing world." Description: 36 pages ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Wilton Park papers, Responsibility: Richard Latter. Excerpts from the speech by Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni to the CSIS in Washington DC (Ap ): The Mediterranean, as the. From October, the OSCE held its annual Mediterranean Conference focused on “Security in the Mediterranean Region – Challenges and Opportunities.” It included four distinctive themes: Session I: Common Security in the Mediterranean Region; Session II: Addressing Violent Extremism and Radicalization that Lead to Terrorism; Session III: The Role of Interfaith/Intercultural.
The Mediterranean Method: Your Complete Plan to Harness the Power of the Healthiest Diet on the Planet -- Lose Weight, Prevent Heart Disease, and More! (A Mediterranean Diet Cookbook) by Steven Masley M.D. | Niklas Bremberg, Researcher at UI and author of the book Diplomacy and Security Community-Building: EU Crisis Management in the Western Mediterranean, Routledge, Order Security and Migrations in the Mediterranean ISBN @ € Qty: Order Ebook The post-Cold War period made a new concept of security imperative: it encompasses environmental, social, economical, political and military issues.