By Gerd Nonneman
Within the post-9/11 weather, the function of center jap and North African (MENA) states in Europe’s nearby safety setting and foreign politics has turn into greater than ever a spotlight for realization, yet continues to be ill-understood. This booklet offers a framework for the research of center japanese overseas regulations usually, and for realizing those states’ kinfolk with Europe specifically. The ebook fills a niche within the literature on Euro-Middle jap relatives via adopting a south-to-north point of view, utilizing the instruments of overseas coverage research to envision the determinants of the international guidelines of the MENA states themselves: in simple terms therefore can one desire to reach at a real knowing of what underlies those states’ evolving coverage orientations and behavior in the direction of Europe. the amount starts off by way of laying out a conceptual framework for research, and reading the household, nearby, and overseas environments that MENA overseas guidelines. genuine coverage output is then systematically investigated via a variety of kingdom case reviews starting from the Maghreb and the Mashreq to the Gulf and Turkey. Europe is handled all through either as a goal of these overseas regulations, and as a part of the surroundings that shapes them. the results of a two-year undertaking subsidized via the eu collage Institute’s Mediterranean Programme, the publication is helping bridge the divide among heart East services and the self-discipline of diplomacy. The systematic comparative research of MENA states’ overseas coverage with unique connection with Europe throws new gentle on questions on ‘Third global’ international coverage.
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The remainder of this volume hopes to constitute a ﬁrst step in this direction; to add more generally to our understanding of the dynamics of the international relations of the Middle East; and to help feed back these insights from the case of the Middle East into the wider ﬁeld of foreign policy analysis and IR. NOTES 1. World Bank Data Series 1985–95. 2. Observation and conﬁdential discussions in Doha, Qatar, April 2003. 3. The summary which follows is drawn from my ‘Rentiers and Autocrats, Monarchs and Democrats, State and Society: the Middle East between Globalisation, Human ‘‘Agency’’ and Europe’, in International Affairs, Vol.
17. This is a useful review of the ‘Washington Consensus’ and critiques of it, along with a careful examination of the case of the southern Mediterranean countries. 13. ), Perspectives on Development, pp. 75–88, as well as the contributions from Jon Marks, Grahame Thompson and Bernard Hoekman in the same volume. 14. Hunt, ‘Development Economics, the Washington Consensus, and the European–Mediterranean Partnership Initiative’, p. 30. 15. See Michael Barnett, Dialogues in Arab Politics (New York: Columbia University Press, 1998); Stephen Walt, The Origin of Alliances (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1987); F.
Detailed case studies should allow us to illustrate and/or test these preliminary conclusions. The remainder of this volume hopes to constitute a ﬁrst step in this direction; to add more generally to our understanding of the dynamics of the international relations of the Middle East; and to help feed back these insights from the case of the Middle East into the wider ﬁeld of foreign policy analysis and IR. NOTES 1. World Bank Data Series 1985–95. 2. Observation and conﬁdential discussions in Doha, Qatar, April 2003.