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A europeização da politica externa de Portugal para a região do Magrebe (com o apoio da Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia)

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The end of dictatorship in 1974 has allowed for an opening of the Portuguese foreign policy that had been focusing on Portuguese Speaking African countries during forty years. The need to develop relations with the Maghrib countries was already present in the program of the 9th constitutional government (1983-1985). Nevertheless membership of EEC has remained Portugal’s main objective until 1986 and therefore most of diplomatic efforts and resources were channelled towards it. The EEC had already strong relations with the Maghrib countries since the 1970’s and it is usual to read about the “Mediterranisation” of Portugal’s foreign policy after it has joined the EEC. In fact, during the 1990’s, the portuguese diplomacy tried to enhance its bilateral relations with Maghrib countries, especially Morocco. Meanwhile, the European Union has institutionalized its relations with the Mediterranean region through the launching of the Barcelona Process. This multilateral dimension has gained more weight and definitely became a factor to be taken into account in the driving of Portuguese foreign policy towards the Central Maghrib. Firstly, we will proceed with an overview of Portugal’s foreign policy towards Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria since the mid-1990’s, and then we will see what has been done by the EU for those countries. Therefore we will try to look at the interactions between the national and the European level bearing in mind the bottom-up and top-down dimensions of Europeanisation. If, on the one side, the European level acts as an amplifier of Portuguese foreign policy towards the three countries by its diplomatic weight and by enhancing Portugal’s role as an honest broker, on the other, the EU has also become a filter for globalisation effects by putting the accent on the security dimension of the euro-Mediterranean dialogue which has also been more frequently present in the national bilateral agenda.

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Europeização, Magrebe, Portugal, imigração, terrorismo, Processo de Barcelona
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Martins, Veronica. "A europeização da politica externa de Portugal para a região do Magrebe (com o apoio da Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISA - ABRI JOINT INTERNATIONAL MEETING, Pontifical Catholic University, Rio de Janeiro Campus (PUC-Rio), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Jul 22, 2009 <Not Available>. 2014-11-29 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p381413_index.html>

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Martins, V. , 2009-07-22 "A europeização da politica externa de Portugal para a região do Magrebe (com o apoio da Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISA - ABRI JOINT INTERNATIONAL MEETING, Pontifical Catholic University, Rio de Janeiro Campus (PUC-Rio), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Online <PDF>. 2014-11-29 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p381413_index.html

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Abstract: The end of dictatorship in 1974 has allowed for an opening of the Portuguese foreign policy that had been focusing on Portuguese Speaking African countries during forty years. The need to develop relations with the Maghrib countries was already present in the program of the 9th constitutional government (1983-1985). Nevertheless membership of EEC has remained Portugal’s main objective until 1986 and therefore most of diplomatic efforts and resources were channelled towards it. The EEC had already strong relations with the Maghrib countries since the 1970’s and it is usual to read about the “Mediterranisation” of Portugal’s foreign policy after it has joined the EEC. In fact, during the 1990’s, the portuguese diplomacy tried to enhance its bilateral relations with Maghrib countries, especially Morocco. Meanwhile, the European Union has institutionalized its relations with the Mediterranean region through the launching of the Barcelona Process. This multilateral dimension has gained more weight and definitely became a factor to be taken into account in the driving of Portuguese foreign policy towards the Central Maghrib. Firstly, we will proceed with an overview of Portugal’s foreign policy towards Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria since the mid-1990’s, and then we will see what has been done by the EU for those countries. Therefore we will try to look at the interactions between the national and the European level bearing in mind the bottom-up and top-down dimensions of Europeanisation. If, on the one side, the European level acts as an amplifier of Portuguese foreign policy towards the three countries by its diplomatic weight and by enhancing Portugal’s role as an honest broker, on the other, the EU has also become a filter for globalisation effects by putting the accent on the security dimension of the euro-Mediterranean dialogue which has also been more frequently present in the national bilateral agenda.


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