Distance, Size and Turmoil: North-South Mediterranean Interactions

@inproceedings{Rhamey2014DistanceSA,
  title={Distance, Size and Turmoil: North-South Mediterranean Interactions},
  author={J. P. Rhamey and W. Thompson and Thomas J. Volgy},
  year={2014}
}
Aspirations toward the economic and political integration of a Mediterranean region were and continue to be articulated by potential members, with strong emphasis on “shared prosperity.” We attempt to evaluate the degree to which the past 17 years of aspirations have led to observable economic and political integration between potential members. Has a politically relevant Mediterranean region begun to coalesce? How have levels of integration risen or fallen since the original aspirations of… Expand

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