A New Euro-Mediterranean Cultural Identity (Soviet Study of by Stef Panebianco

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The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership used to be shaped in 1995 in Barcelona. during this quantity, strategies of democracy, civil society, human rights and discussion between civilizations within the Mediterranean sector are addressed within the context of the recent Euro-Mediterranean Partnership.

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Desertification, pollution, uncontrolled urbanization) require common North and South strategies. Third, economic considerations are important. Demographic increases within the MPCs are not accompanied by economic development, and so rising unemployment has an increasing influence. Finally, social and cultural solutions are required to avoid any ‘clash of civilizations’ (Huntington, 1998) due to misperceptions and mistrust. These are the basic assumptions that led in 1995 to the launching of the EMP to create a framework of regional cooperation.

However, the very subtle distinction between the two processes allowed partners such as Syria to be involved in MEDA projects mainly pertaining to the third chapter and upon condition that Israel is not a partner in the same project. The multiple areas of cooperation listed in the Barcelona Declaration allow for a different involvement of each partner in the EMP projects according to its interest. At the Stuttgart Ministerial Meeting in April 1999 the guidelines for elaborating the Charter for Peace and Stability submitted by senior officials were welcomed by ministers as a functional instrument for the implementation of the principles of the Barcelona Declaration.

The EMP rests upon a constructivist approach aimed not only at promoting tolerance, but at spreading positive perception of cultural differences as well. Conclusions: Speculations about the Future Cooperation in the Mediterranean has become imperative for several reasons. First, due to geopolitical reasons common strategies are necessary to avoid conflicts and create an area of peaceful coexistence. g. desertification, pollution, uncontrolled urbanization) require common North and South strategies.

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