The Southern Mediterranean may be today entering a post-revolutionary phase. The focus should now be put on what is next: democratisation processes or a return to authoritarianism.
Representatives of governments and research centers from six regions in Italy, France and Spain, along with academics and experts from Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia and Israel, discuss how to improve operations and multilevel cooperation.
Prominent representatives of five Moroccan political parties explain in a debate at the IEMed that the constitutional reform opened by King Mohamed VI on March 9 is a further step in consolidating democracy in Morocco.
The round table analyzes the events in Tunisia and Egypt in early 2011 and the opportunity they represent for the democratization of the southern Mediterranean.