At one extreme of the continuum, we can assume market integration at as the closest form of economic regionalism; at the other, it has market protection (or even sanctions) excluding any form of economic cooperation. This timely book assesses national and supranational bilateral approaches to dealing with the rising tide of migration into the European Union via the Mediterranean Sea. International law and EU migration law specialists critically assess the legal tools adopted to engage with the 'refugee crisis'.
"An entirely new perspective on conflict and cooperation in the Euro-Mediterranean area based on a sophisticated theoretical framework, ... The OSCE maintains special relations with six Mediterranean Partners for Co-operation: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia. Over the years, the OSCE has been able to share experiences with the Mediterranean Partners on a number of topics. By Giancarlo Elia Valori* Some directions should be identified with a view to defining cooperation in the Mediterranean region.