Moroccan Foreign Policy under Mohammed VI, 1999-2014

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Routledge, 23 окт. 2015 г. - Всего страниц: 260

This book presents a comprehensive survey of Moroccan foreign policy since 1999. It considers the objectives, actors and decision-making processes involved, and outlines Morocco's foreign policy activity in key areas such as the international management of the Western Sahara conflict and relations with the other states of North Africa, relations with the European Union, especially France and Spain, and relations with the United States and the Middle East. The book links the behaviour and discourses analysed to differing conceptions of Morocco's national role on the international scene - champion of national territorial integrity, model student of the EU, and good ally of the United States - and shows how these competing approaches to the country's foreign policy enjoy different degrees of domestic consensus, and result in different degrees of legitimation for the regime.

 

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List of figures
The analysis of the foreign policies of Arab countries the Maghreb and Morocco
Methodology and sources
ii
the international management of
1991
The Sisyphean game of Maghrebi integration and normalisation with Algeria
2013
A model student in search of a differentiated relationship with the
2013
from the Advanced Status to the Arab Spring
2013
The unbalanced postcolonial triangle with France and Spain
2014
remaining a good ally of the United States in times
2014
Conclusions
2014
References
1993
Index
2014
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Irene Fernández-Molina is a Lecturer in Middle East Politics at the University of Exeter, United Kingdom.

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