The Arab Maghreb Union in Crisis: Rethinking North Africa's Forgotten Union

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By Hafed Al Ghwell


The Arab Maghreb is the worst performing trading sub-region in the world despite a close proximity to the European Union and a merging of interests concerning immigrant flows, security and potential sustainable energy cooperation.

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