By F. S. Larrabee, J. Green, I. O. Lesser, M. Zanini
On account that 1989, NATO has focused so much of its strength on growth to jap Europe and inner adaption; the Mediterranean has got in simple terms sporadic consciousness.
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14The approval of the final draft of a declaration was held up by disagreements over the definition of terrorism, with Lebanon wanting to clarify the right to use force in the liberation of the occupied territories. There were also disagreements over whether 30 NATO’s Mediterranean Initiative: Policy Issues and Dilemmas the EU is more interested in stemming the flux of economic migrants, terrorists, and drugs crossing the Mediterranean to Europe than in promoting the region’s economic development.
The WEU has great interdependence and geographic overlap with NATO; however, NATO and WEU activities are not complementary.
Lack of progress in the negotiations will tend to encourage even more-active European efforts in this direction, not least because Europe has a great deal at stake, both economically and in terms of stability on the periphery of the continent. 10 Similarly, much of the energy behind EU, NATO, and other initiatives toward North Africa and the Mediterranean has come from Southern European states with a special interest in North Africa ______________ 10See Gerald M. Steinberg, “European Security and the Middle East Peace Process,” Mediterranean Quarterly, Winter 1996, pp.