Future of Arab countries relations after revolutions

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Despite repeated calls over the last year about the need to reactivate the Arab Maghreb Union , but the security challenges created by the changes in Tunisia and Libya in particular, did not allow to take any steps or trends to achieve that , I knew the region deteriorated security rising after the fall of the Libyan regime and the integration of some militia organizations radical in the Libyan security services and the increasing uncontrolled proliferation , and arms smuggling across the borders of some countries of Morocco and to the neighboring regions of Africa and Egypt . While recognizing the Maghreb countries to the size of the risks and security threats in the region , but the divergence of views between the countries of the region , and continued disagreement Algerian Moroccan , and do not accept Algeria until now the nature of the changes taking place in Libya , has led to a decline in talking about the reactivation of the Arab Maghreb Union and focus on bilateral cooperation to combat the security threats of terrorism and organized crime , which has the support of the U.S. and Europe , which would allow relations between the countries of the region and the neighboring countries of African and European coordination with the U.S. at the expense of any collective cooperation Moorish . This is something that is likely to be linked to security cooperation Libyan developments , in particular, and the growing presence hardline Salafi Jihadist likely cooperation between the Maghreb countries and at the expense of ATI areas of cooperation , economic or political interest in Arab issues or relationships. Relations with the countries of the Arabian Gulf : Since the start of the Arab Spring , the GCC has sought to adapt to the... ... middle of paper ... ... gains that have been achieved from the revolutions in Egypt , Libya, Yemen and Tunisia , but these countries paid the bill for expensive even now at the economic level , where economic losses amounted to one hundred billion dollars (4) . Experts warn of the economic challenges that are important in the Arab world require to be tackled and addressed seriously and expeditiously, including the high unemployment rate , which exceeded 18% , which means that there are more than 17 million unemployed , what makes it imperative to pump 70 billion dollars , to invest in projects provide opportunities new job , while hosting the Arab countries more than 15 million foreign workers , at the same time there is a constant migration of qualified Arabic abroad due to lack of employment opportunities , with about 20% of Arab university graduates migrate to overseas annually (5 ) .
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