By Stef Panebianco
The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership was once shaped in 1995 in Barcelona. during this quantity, recommendations of democracy, civil society, human rights and discussion between civilizations within the Mediterranean quarter are addressed within the context of the hot Euro-Mediterranean Partnership.
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Extra resources for A New Euro-Mediterranean Cultural Identity (Soviet Study of War)
This scenario has been played over and again, most recently in Indonesia. In some extreme cases, democracy has been used to quell mounting social and economic tensions: when people clamour for bread, they are offered elections; and when they refuse to play along, they are declared immature for democracy. Those around the Mediterranean who oppose democracy point to the failure of the democratic experiments that have recently been attempted here and there, particularly in Africa. According to them the failure is due to an insufficient and inadequate transitional period, and hence there is no point in repeating an experiment that is doomed to failure, since peoples in MPCs are not prepared for democracy any better than their counterparts in Africa, and therefore require further education in this area.
Thus the objective of creating an area of shared prosperity is to be sought through the creation of a free trade area by the year 2010, encouraging investments, promoting women’s participation in economic and social life, etc. In fact, the Work Programme annexed to the Barcelona Declaration lists 13 areas of cooperation, each containing a number of specific actions to be undertaken towards building a zone of shared prosperity. Similarly, the Declaration identifies eleven areas—ranging from health and migration to terrorism and drug trafficking—in which actions are to be undertaken with the aim of promoting understanding between Mediterranean cultures and societies.
Who is Afraid of Democracy? If we do not know with any degree of certainty whether Arabs and Muslims are unfit for democracy, or are incapable of practising it, who would be opposed to finding a clear-cut answer to this question? Clearly and logically, opponents can only be those who suspect what the answer may be, and who are not willing to risk having their suspicion confirmed. The opponents of democracy are ruling regimes in the South, and northern governments defending national interests in the North.
A New Euro-Mediterranean Cultural Identity (Soviet Study of War) by Stef Panebianco