North-South Relations across the Mediterranean after September 11. Challenges and Cooperative Approaches

Proceedings of the international conference on "Governing Stability across the Mediterranean Sea: A Transatlantic Perspective", held in Rome on 22-23 March 2002 within the framework of the IAI research programme "Transatlantic Perspectives across the Mediterranean", sponsored by the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the NATO Office for Information and Press.

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Roma, Istituto Affari Internazionali, March 2003, 70 p.
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3
Publication date: 
30/03/2003

Preface

1. The Impact of September 11 on U.S. Policy in the Middle East and Transatlantic Relations, F. Stephen Larrabee
2. Aftermath of 11th of September: An Arab Perspective, Mohammed Khair Eiedat
3. Coalition Dynamics in the War against Terrorism, Ian O. Lesser
4. Western-Mediterranean Security Relations: Issues and Challenges, Carlo Masala
5. Ten Points on the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, Álvaro de Vasconcelos
6. Upgrading Political Responses in the Mediterranean, Roberto Aliboni

Appendix 1 - After September 11th, Governing Stability Across the Mediterranean Sea: A Transatlantic Perspective, Rome, 21-23 March 2002, A Conference Report by Cristina Paciello
Appendix 2 - Activities of the IAI project on Transatlantic Perspectives on Relations across the Mediterranean border

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