Syria and the Euro-Mediterranean Relationship
University of St. Andrews Centre for Syrian Studies, 2009 - Political Science - 73 pages
What are the likely consequences for Syria of its new European Partnership Agreement? Addressing this question, the authors examine the origins of the agreement, its aims, and the (political) reasons that it was accepted by Syria despite the potential problems it poses for the national economy.
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