d'Études et de Recherches
sur la Mediterranée (GERM)
de la Méditerranée 1999
GERM - Paris: Publisud, 2000), 388 pp.,
€ 29.27 ISBN: 9954-0-0030-5
is organised in five sections: I. events, II. studies, III.
analyses, IV. documents and V. bibliography. In the first
part, A. Maalmi and A. Benmessaoud Tredano review the war
and peace in the Balkans as well as the Kosovo operation and
international law. M. L. Ben Othmane analyse the situation
in Algeria after the presidential election, D. Khrouz reports
on a conference of the Council of Europe on the Mediterranean
and the Black Sea and M. Mohattane discusses the impact of
the Euro on the Maghreb.
first part of the studies section 11 contributions from Spain
(G. Escribano, A. Lorca), France (M. Labonne, B. Roux, S.
Louafi), the USA (Q. Gray), Tunisia (H. Zaafrane) and Morocco
(A. Sasson, N. Akesbi, H. Serghini, M. Zahidi, D. Khrouz)
analyse the exclusion of agricultural issues in the Euro-Mediterranean
partnership, while in the second part H. El Malki, A. Bojji,
A. El Kadiri, M. Msahi, B. Hamdouch, H. Hrouch and J. Houdaifa-Settar
discuss the development of the Euro-Mediterranean perspectives
from Barcelona to Stuttgart. In part III A. Hasbi and C. Serghini
assess the issue of the Sahara conflict while M. Khachani
reviews the Averroès committee as a new actor in the
relations between Morocco and Spain.
section provides relevant documents by the European Commission,
on the second conference of the industry ministers of the
Euro-Mediterranean region in Klagenfurt (1998), the Declaration
of Marakech adopted at the first meeting of Mediterranean
national human rights institutions. It documents the recommendations
of the Euro-Mediterranean forum on energy and the regional
indicative MEDA programme. Finally, the fifth section includes
book reviews, a bibliography of books and articles published
on Mediterranean issues and a statistical appendix.