The Mediterranean security environment is changing in important ways. This analysis discusses the evolving significance of the region from an American perspective, and describes three different models for conceptualizing Mediterranean security, each of which highlights important dimensions of change as well as differences in perspective among Europe, U.S. and southern Mediterranean observers.
Originally published in: Perspectives on Development: The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, pp. 212-228.
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