Xenakis, Dimitris K. (1998) The Barcelona Process: Some Lessons From Helsinki. Special edition Euro-Mediterranean Partnership. JMWP No. 17.98, October 1998. [Working Paper]
[From the Introduction]. This study consists of two interrelated thematic units and explores the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership Initiative from a historical-institutional perspective. Considering that the Conference for Security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE), the so called ‘Helsinki Process’ inaugurated in the early 1970s, has proved a successful model for the promotion of peaceful transition in Europe, this paper aims to draw conclusions from the comparative study of the Barcelona Process (BP) and the Helsinki Process (HP).
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