First Report in Arabic
 EuroMeSCo is proud to announce the first publication of a EuroMeSCo report in Arabic. The recently published report on Women as Full Participants in the Euro-Mediterranean Community of Democratic States is now also available in Arabic and can be downloaded here
Research Reports 2005-2006
EuroMeSCo is proud to announce the publication of the first series of research reports that were drafted in the framework of its research programme 2005-2006. In the next weeks, EuroMeSCo will gradually publish all other reports in both English and French that were drafted under its research programme.

4th International Seminar on Security and Defence in the Mediterranean
 EuroMeSCo recommends this recently published book by the CIDOB Foundation (2006) entitled, 4th International Seminar on Security and Defence in the Mediterranean (Barcelona: CIDOB Foundation).

A global view of the large debates on security in the Mediterranean, with special attention given to measures of confidence, are among some of the issues that focus the content of this monograph, which brings together the presentations given in the Seminar on Security and Defence in the Mediterranean, which has been organised by the Ministry of Defence and the CIDOB Foundation since the year 2002. In the face of the latest events which have occurred in the region – terrorism, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the Iraq crisis – the contributions that are annually presented in the seminar by scholars and other professionals from European Union countries, NATO partners and the countries to the south and east of the Mediterranean, aim to give impetus to the construction of a Mediterranean space of shared security, from the area of thought.
To learn more about this seminar, please click here.
Arms Control in the Middle East
 EuroMeSCo recommends this recently published book by Emily Landau (2006), entitled Arms Control in the Middle East. Cooperative Security Dialogue and Regional Constraints (Sussex: Sussex Academic Press).

“This exceptionally thorough and perceptive examination of the role of ideas and seminar diplomacy in multilateral arms control negotiations is a major contribution to international relations theory and to our understanding of Middle Eastern regional security. It shows persuasively that the 1990s Middle East arms control multilateral negotiations, which have frequently been dismissed as mere ‘talk-shops’, played a crucial role in building the conceptual and practical foundations of an institutionalized practice of arms control in the region. Emily Landau demonstrates that if there is the will one day to break the Middle East logjam, there is a way.”
Prof. Emanuel Adler, Andrea and Charles Bronfman Chair in Israel Studies, University of Toronto

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