Tag: AMU

Morocco Urges Algeria to Respond Officially to King’s Call for Dialogue

November 26, 2018

Morocco has urged Algeria to respond officially to the proposal solemnly made by King Mohammed VI on November 6 for a direct and candid dialogue ... Read More

Respect for Territorial Integrity a Sine Qua Non for Maghreb Integration

July 19, 2018

Respect for territorial integrity of member states is a sine qua non for achieving the long-sought integration of the Maghreb Union (AMU), Morocco’s Lower House ... Read More

Algeria’s Double Speak on Maghreb Union

February 26, 2018

Algerian officials continue to issue statements calling for reviving the paralyzed Maghreb Union, a five-member regional grouping also comprising Morocco, Mauritania, Tunisia and Libya. Recently, ... Read More

Non-existence of Maghreb Union Detrimental to Regional Efforts on Migration- King Mohammed VI says

November 30, 2017

King Mohammed VI has deplored that the non-existence of the Maghreb Union has made collective efforts to tackle migration and other regional challenges ineffective. “Our ... Read More

Tunisia Launches Charm Offensive to Join ECOWAS as Maghreb Union Crumbles

August 29, 2017

In the face of the paralysis crippling the Maghreb union, Tunisia is following the example of Morocco by repositioning itself on the African continent. Tunisia's ... Read More

Maghreb: Taieb Bacchouche, New Chairman of Arab Maghreb Union

May 6, 2016

Tunisian former Foreign Minister became Thursday Secretary General of the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU.) The 72-year-old former diplomat was appointed by the AMU Foreign Ministers ... Read More

Revolution Makes States : The Maghreb Inches Forward (Too) Slowly

March 4, 2014

Over the past weekend, the Ukrainian government was ousted, Ukraine's parliament reinstated the 2004 constitution and former President Victor Yanukovich is on the run in ... Read More

Ways Ahead for the Maghreb Regional Integration: Lessons Learned from ASEAN

October 19, 2012

Despite the fact that the Maghreb countries constitute one region that is culturally, geographically and historically integrated, they have largely failed to achieve ‘functional integration’ ... Read More