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TitleRe-thinking Western Policies in Light of the Arab Uprisings
LanguageEnglish
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Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
List of Contributors
List of Abbreviations
Introduction. Bouazizi’s Inextinguishable Fire, Riccardo Alcaro
1. Embracing the Change, Accepting the Challenge? Western Response to the Arab Spring, Steven Heydemann
	1.2. Economic Governance vs. Distributive Justice
	1.1. The Legacies of Transitology in Western Responses to the Arab Spring
2. The US Response to the Arab Uprising: Leadership Missing, Robert Springborg
	2.1. What the United States Has Not Done
	2.2. What Could the US Response Be?
	Conclusion
3. The US Response to the Arab Uprising: Part of the Problem?, Issandr El Amrani
	3.1. What Are the US Interests in the Middle East?
	3.2. The American Record
	3.3. The Adventure of Democracy Promotion
	3.4. The Case of Egypt
	3.5. Lessons to Be Learned
	Conclusion
4. The EU Response to the Arab Uprising: Old Wine in New Bottles?, Silvia Colombo and Nathalie Tocci
	4.1. The Challenges of State Sustainability in the Mediterranean
	4.2. The EU's Policies Towards the Mediterranean: An Unbalanced Trade-off Between Democracy and Security
	4.3. The EU and the Arab Spring: A (Missed?) Opportunity to Revamp the EU's Mediterranean Policies
	Conclusions
5. The EU Response to the Arab Uprising: a Show of Ambivalence, Ahmed Driss
	5.1. Did Europe Have a Role in Fostering the Arab Uprisings
	5.2. The EU's Immediate Reaction to the Arab Uprisings: Short of Expectations
	5.3. The Need for Revisiting the EU Regional Policy
	5.4. Rebalancing Euro-Med Relations: Some Recommendations
6. Coordinating Transatlantic Responses to the Arab Uprising: Lessons from the Middle East Quartet, Khaled Elgindy
	6.1. Rationale
	6.2. Background
	6.3. The Quartet as Case Study: Why the Quartet Doesn't Work
	6.4. Lessons Learned
7. Coordinating the Transatlantic Response to the Arab Uprisings: an Agenda for Sustainable Development, Muriel Asseburg
	7.1. Country-specific Challenges, Country-specific Support
	7.2 Setting Priorities
	7.3. Considering Lessons Learned in Democracy Promotion
	7.4. Priority for Economic and Social Reform
	7.5. A Pact for Labour, Education and Energy
	7.6. Dealing with States not yet on a Path of Transformation
Appendix. Report of the Transatlantic Security Symposium 2011, Miguel Haubrich-Seco
	1. The West and the Arab Spring: Accepting the Challenge, Embracing the Change
	2. US Responses to the Arab Upheavals: Challenges and Priorities
	3. EU Response to the Arab Upheavals: Challenges and Priorities
	4. Coordinating Transatlantic Response to the Arab Uprising
	5. Conclusions
	Conference Agenda
                        

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