The Mediterranean Region
Economic Interdependence and the Future of Society
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First published in 1984, The Mediterranean Region considers the broad economic and political problems facing the region from a variety of perspectives.
The book features the work of international experts on the Mediterranean region. It discusses the changing legal environment and covers the Law of the Sea as applied to the Mediterranean, and the position of the Arab countries in the region. Chapters are also devoted to exploring the different policies of Russia, the United States, and Europe, towards the Mediterranean.
The Mediterranean Region is a detailed contribution to research and understanding of the area.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Part One: Energy and Other Resources; 1: The Mediterranean and the Energy Picture, Giacomo Luciani; 2: Mediterranean Non-Energy Resources: Scope for Cooperation and Dangers of Conflict, Gerald H. Blake; Part Two: Legal Considerations: Territorial Limits, Continental Shelf and the Law of the Sea; 3: Extension and Delimitation of National Sea Boundaries in the Mediterranean, Geoffrey Marston; 4: The Arab States and Major Sea Issues, Nazih N. M. Ayubi; Part Three: Aspects of Politicial and Military Conflict; 5: Maghrebi Politics and Mediterranean Implications, I. William Zartmann; 6: Subnational Conflict in the Mediterranean Region, Brian M. Jenkins; 7: The Military Presence of the Riparian Countries, Maurizio Cremasco; 8: European Concepts for the Mediterranean Region, Elfriede Regelsberger and Wolfgang Wessels; 9: Soviet Strategy and the Objectives of their Naval Presence in the Mediterranean, Robert G. Weinland; 10: American Foreign Policy, Nato in the Mediterranean and the Defence of the Gulf, Ciro Elliott Zoppo; Index