El papel de Estados Unidos en la crisis que se vive entre los países del Golfo e Irán hacen necesario un cambio de estrategia en lo que a las sanciones sobre el país persa concierna.
Para abordar la modernidad del siglo XXI los países del Magreb tienen que poner en marcha un profundo proceso de reforma política.
La ampliación de la UE, nuevo impulso para las relaciones con sus vecinos más directos, nueva política de vecindad.
The fifth enlargement of the European Union, which will take place in May 2004 with the incorporation of ten new states, has opened a veritable Pandora’s box.
Ever since the Treaty of Rome set up in 1957, the Mediterranean regions of the European Union have felt and expressed a sense of marginalisation in the face of the engine of European construction.
In the last 15 years, the study and practice of development and development cooperation have changed substantially in three directions.
With the enlargement of the EU from fifteen to twenty-five members, a new «Wider Europe» debate rises high on the EU agenda, as complementary to the draft Constitution prepared by the European Convention.
It would surprise many to hear the year 2003 described as one of the most transcendent periods in the Middle East, since there have been many periods that deserve this standing.
Italy presented its July-December 2003 EU Presidency programme at the Council held on 21st July 2003.
The year 2003 ended with yet another failure of the attempts to revitalise the Arab Maghreb Union.
It would surprise many to hear the year 2003 described as one of the most transcendent periods in the Middle East.
The two old Balkan states of Serbia and Montenegro decided in March 2002 to bring the idea of a Yugoslav federation to an end.