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The Arab Spring

Re-Balancing the Greater Euro-Mediterranean?

Boening, Astrid B.

2014, XVII, 130 p. 5 illus., 4 illus. in color.

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  • Examines the Arab Spring within the context of Euro-Mediterranean region security
  • Investigates resources, economic constraints and opportunities in the Euro-Mediterranean region for long-term sustainable growth within the global macro-economic environment in the post financial crisis decade
  • Connects broader ideational, economic and political strands of power shifts taking place in the Euro-Mediterranean region since the Arab Spring

Beginning in 2010, there has been a consolidating cooperation among existing powers in the Euro-Mediterranean in face of the rapid de-stabilization of the Arab region. This fact alone accelerated the hesitant responses by the EU towards emerging hegemons, particularly Russia and China, who in-turn applied traditional mechanisms of increasing regional economic influence to bolster their political influence, but with the difference that a normative influence is missing, in contrast to the EU’s and U.S.’ influence, which is strongly centered on universal norms pertaining to political, economic and social-cultural norms. This book examines the Arab Spring not only from its intra but also inter-regional geo-political and strategic implications by analyzing the Euro-Mediterranean region following the onset of the Arab Spring. It aims to connect the broader economic and political strands of power shifts that have taken place since the Arab Spring, making it of interests to political scientists and policy-makers concerned with the Mediterranean and Euro-Arab relations.

There are many accounts on the Arab Spring. But only Astrid Boening has captured the underlying reasons and the geopolitical dynamics of this upheaval, which is rocking the Islamic Galaxy from its foundations. --Professor Ferdinando Sanfelice di Monteforte (VADM ret.)

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Arab Spring - Euro-Mediterranean region - European Union - Foreign Policy Regional - Russia - Security Complex

Related subjects » European Integration - Political Science

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