Arab Maghreb Union: achievement and prospects
Said, Kamil T.
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February 17, 1989, witnessed the signing of the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) Treaty. This union has been a dream of many generations of U.e peoples of North Africa. It is natural, since history and the shared geographical location have shaped this region into a distinct entity; necessary because only united can the Maghreb region better defend its interests, and increase .. -' ... a. .... •ning power in dealing with the other trading Blocks. The changing global world order, and the emergence of many regional Blocks, motivated the North African countries to work on achieving the integratiun of the region in order to face the internal and external challenges, at the same tim~ contribute to promoting and safeguarding peace and stability around the region. Along with the thoughts on the reality of the North African countries, this project analyses the achievement and the prospects of the Maghreb integration.
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