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Volume :26 Issue : 4 1998      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Mideast market Mediterranean partnership and Arab economic integration

Auther : Jamil Tahir

The experience of economic cooperation and integration among Arab countries since the establishment of the Arab League in 1945, has proved to be a failure. In light of recent international and regional developments, the new economic arrangements promoting regional cooperation based on geographic rather than political criteria started to appear in the region. Even though the Mideast market and Mediterranean partnerships have similar visions regarding collective security and the need for a new regional system, they differ in identity and outlook. While Israel is considered the core of the Mideast Market, the European Union is the pillar of the Mediterranean Partnership.The purpose of this study is to evaluate the probable effects of the Mideast market and Mediterranean partnership on Arab economic integration, and to determine the importance of such effects. The study is divided into three main parts. The first is an analytical review of the economic integration experience among Arab countries and the consequences of their failure. The second part analyzes the nature and mechanism of the new regional arrangements, i.e. the Mideast market and Mediterranean partnership. The third part analyzes the ramifications and repercussions of such arrangements on economic integration in Arab countries.

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