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The strategic interests of the Maghreb states

Belkacem Iratni

The strategic interests of the Maghreb states

by Belkacem Iratni

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Published by NATO Defense College in Rome .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arab Maghreb Union,
  • National security -- Africa, North,
  • National security -- Mauritania,
  • Africa, North -- Strategic aspects,
  • Mauritania -- Strategic aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Belkacem Iratni.
    SeriesNDC Forum paper -- 4
    ContributionsNATO Defence College. Research Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA855.4 .I73 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination66 p. ;
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23399310M
    LC Control Number2009381401

    The Maghreb will continue to be dependent on Gulf aid and investment, and the Gulf will look to maintain strategic ties with its Maghreb partners. But moving forward, those ties will be shaped more by pragmatism and self-interest than political or ideological cohesion. This is the first book of its kind to focus on the strategic planning of the United States, as well as other world powers, in the stabilization of the region. Global Security Watch- The Maghreb: Algeria, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia examines domestic, regional, and international policies as they relate to the area's culture, geography, and.

      This is the first book of its kind to focus on the strategic planning of the United States, as well as other world powers, in the stabilization of the region. Global Security Watch—The Maghreb: Algeria, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia examines domestic, regional, and international policies as they relate to the area's culture, geography, and history. The CSIS Middle East Program launched the Maghreb Roundtable to e xamine the strategic importance of a broad range of social, political, and economic trends in North Africa and to identify opportunities for constructive U.S. engagement. The roundtable defines the Maghreb .

    The United States faces an important strategic question in northwest Africa: what level of activity by al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) would constitute a sufficient threat to U.S. national security interests to warrant a more aggressive political, intelligence, military, and law enforcement response?   Terrorism in the Islamic Maghreb (lit. “the West”) has been given relatively little attention in the post-9/11 era, in spite of a new journalistic and academic obsession with terrorism spanning nearly a .


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The strategic interests of the Maghreb states by Belkacem Iratni Download PDF EPUB FB2

The main argument in this chapter is that U.S. interest in the Maghreb region has grown considerably and that, in terms of regional security, Washington has already downgraded Europe’s (mainly France’s) influence in what it now considers a strategic area for the United States following the terrorist attacks of Septem Cited by: 1.

This book was originally published prior toand represents a reproduction of an important historical work U.S. strategic interests in Panama: hearing before the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere of the Committee on International Relations, House of Missing: Maghreb states. The importance of the Maghreb, and its Sahel extension, springs first from political and economic/energy interests, and second, from military, strategic and security : Yahia Zoubir.

The United States should draw more expansively and creatively on its nonmilitary tools including diplomatic, economic, development, and trade tools.

Third, the United States should draw more expansively and creatively on its non-military tools including diplomatic, economic.

Intra-Maghrebi Relations: Unitary Myth and National Interests Miguel Hernando de Larramendi Women in the Maghreb: Stereotypes and Realities Louisa Dris-Aït-Hamadouche The Politics of Berber (Amazigh) Identity: Algeria and Morocco Compared Michael J.

Willis Part 3: Strategic and Security Relations of the Maghreb American Policy in the Maghreb: The Yahia H. Zoubir ∗ Summary: Numerous analysts in France and in the Maghreb suggest –and worry– that the United States is showing too much interest in the Maghreb and that it wishes to displace French influence in the area.

all reinforced the strategic importance of Morocco. In the eyes of. dedicated to the advancement and understanding of those principles and practices, military and political, which serve the vital security interests of the United g: Maghreb states.

The commercial colonies established by Arabs at the crossroads of an alien world provided a model for public and private life, and since this commerce covered a wide territory, it enabled Islam to penetrate the entire Maghrib.⁴ It determined not only the content of the “states” that now came into being but also the relations between them.

We have major interests in strategic sectors (France relies on the region for a third of its energetic imports and half of its sale of weapons). In the Middle East and North Africa, our diplomatic network is as developed as it is in other regions of the world (in particular on the American continent) and actors of our external security are.

•(5) National Interest means: ^The values, desires and interests which states seek to protect or achieve in relation to each other desires on the part of sovereign states.

— V.V. Dyke •National Interests can as defined as the claims, objectives, goals, demands and interests which a nation always tries toFile Size: KB. However, this engagement has limited strategic value compared to relations China has with Saudi Arabia or the United Arab Emirates.

Since the launch of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) inChina has shown greater interest in the Maghreb. However, this engagement has limited strategic value compared to relations China has with Saudi Arabia or the United Arab Emirates.

Since the launch of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) inChina has shown greater interest in the Maghreb Author: Yahia H. Zoubir. The strategic interests of the Maghreb states by Belkacem Iratni (Book) Arab Maghreb Union: achievement and prospects by Abderrahmen Messaoudi ().

The Maghreb: A Brief Historical Overview Understanding what effect these developments will have on the future of US National Security Policy is predicated on an understanding of the Maghreb as a whole.

“Maghrib,” (Arabic: “West”), also spelled Maghreb, is the region of North Africa bordering the 2. Dan Schueftan and Michael Singh. Muammar al-Gaddafi's Libya was a regional hub of power in North Africa. After the lifting of the international sanctions, Libya´s enormous oil wealth was increasingly used to pursue the political goals of the "Brother Leader".

He shaped in part the policy of the African Union. Libya's booming economy attracted ,s of foreign workers, especially from the neighbouring countries, a fact of Author: Wolfgang Pusztai.

The United States faces an important strategic question in northwest Africa: what level of activity by al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) would constitute a sufficient threat to U.S. national security interests to warrant a more aggressive political.

Books shelved as strategic: The Art of War by Sun Tzu, Moonraker by Ian Fleming, The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene, The 33 Strategies of War by Rober Missing: Maghreb states. Moscow wants to establish a lasting foothold, at least in the east of this geostrategic important country.

Achieving this would certainly serve Russia’s strategic interests. It would also strengthen the Kremlin’s position in the rest of the Arab world. Vladimir Putin’s Russia is an Author: Wolfgang Pusztai. YAHIA H. ZOUBIR and LOUISA DRIS-AIT-HAMADOUCHE: “The United States and the Maghreb: Islamism, Democratization and Strategic Interests” ABSTRACT: Historically, the United States did not perceive the Maghreb as a region of strategic importance.

Books shelved as maghreb: Dreams of Trespass: Tales of a Harem Girlhood by Fatema Mernissi, أن ترحل by Tahar Ben Jelloun, The Meursault Investigation by. The importance of the Maghreb, and its Sahel extension, springs first from political and economic/energy interests, and second, from military, strategic and security concerns.The United States has an interest in human rights in North Korea.

After all, American values are U.S. interests. Again, it is one thing to raise human rights concerns with North Korea, and quite another to make human rights progress a precondition for engagement at this g: Maghreb states.Frederic Wehrey is a senior fellow in the Middle East program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

He is the author of The Burning Shores: Inside the Battle for the New Libya and Sectarian Politics in the Gulf: From the Iraq War to the Arab Uprisings, which was chosen as a "Best Book on the Middle East" by Foreign Affairs magazine in Author: Frederic Wehrey, Anouar Boukhars.