, Volume 85, Number 5

Kristina Kausch and Richard Youngs

Relations between the European Union and North Africa have veered away from the political vision expounded under the Barcelona Process.

The EU appears inattentive to the dynamics of change within North African societies. Countries such as Spain and the UK have been overly passive in rescuing the Euro-Med vision from French diplomacy and the nature of relations between Europe and North Africa are increasingly out of sync with the changing international system.

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