Between Europe And The Mediterranean: The Challenges and the Fears by Thierry FabreBetween Europe And The Mediterranean: The Challenges and the Fears by Thierry Fabre

Between Europe And The Mediterranean: The Challenges and the Fears

byThierry FabreEditorP. Sant Cassia

Hardcover | November 21, 2007

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Historians, anthropologists, political scientists and demographers explore the principal challenges and fears characterizing relations between Europe and the Mediterranean. Topics covered include the challenges posed by European demographic trends, and migration; current European policies towards migration; popular attitudes towards Islam; relationships between Europe and Turkey and the Maghreb; and the disappointments of the Euro-Mediterranean partnership. The contributors suggest that the greatest challenge facing our political generation is no longer to make a Europe without the Mediterranean, but with it.
Title:Between Europe And The Mediterranean: The Challenges and the FearsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:256 pagesPublished:November 21, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230002234

ISBN - 13:9780230002234


Table of Contents

Introduction--T.Fabre & P.Sant Cassia * PART 1: THE CHALLENGES OF DEMOGRAPHY AND MIGRATION * Demographic Transition in Europe and around the Mediterranean--C.Wilson * Does Europe Need New Immigration?--C.Witold de Wenden * The Mediterranean Divide and its Echo in the Sahara: New Migratory Routes and New Barriers on the Path to the Mediterranean--A.Bensaad * Putting Asylum to the Test: Between Immigration Policy and Co-Development--S.Mazzella * PART 2 : THE CHALLENGES OF IDENTITIES AND CULTURES * Reflections on the Question of National Identity--M.Couroucli * Where 'Europe' Meets 'the Other': The Staging of Borders and the * Construction of Alterity in Cyprus--P.Sant Cassia * Altering Perspective(s)--D.Albera * Identity Crises and Value Conflicts--A.F.Ansary * The Face of the Foreigner: Reflections on the Case of Lebanon's Palestinians--D.Meier * PART 3: POLITICAL CHALLENGES * Turkish Conservatism: Turkey in Europe or Apart from Europe?--H.Yilmaz * Europe in the Mirror of the Mediterranean--Kalypso & D.Nicolandis * PART 4 : GEOPOLITICAL FEARS AND INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSES * Europe, America and the 'Greater' Middle East--M.Bond * Expansion Towards the South: An Alternative Scenario for a Partnership in Crisis--J.R.Henry * The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership: Reformulating a Process--T.Fabre * Conclusion--T.Fabre & P.Sant Cassia