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ISBN: 1862030103Издательство: Royal Institute of International Affairs
"In a lucid and balanced study, Sarah Collinson shows that policies on both sides of the Mediterranean are marked by a degree of dissimulation and a lack of common purpose. Europe and the Maghreb, she argues, ought to be able to do better than a concealed trade-off between physical immigration controls and compensatory aid. A welcome antidote to immigration hysteria." Martin Woollacott, The Guardian Shore to Shore demonstrates how EU policy toward the Maghreb has become increasingly defined by anxiety about the potential for rising migration levels from North Africa into Europe. By examining the 'hidden' civil war in Algeria, the rise of extreme right-wing political movements in western Europe, and moves to create a Euro-Mediterranean'free trade' area, Collinson illustrates the profound influence of the migration issue on political and security relations between the two regions in the 1990s.