Migration is a central issue in Euro-Mediterranean relationships: Europe needs a qualified labour force and risks not being able to replace its population; North African countries are facing the “brain drain” phenomenon. Debating migrations is imperative if it is to be seen as a stabilisation factor and not as a cause of the deterioration of European identity. A security policy of border controls is not enough and has reached its limits; instead, a cultural revolution should occur on both shores and the migration/crime/terrorism/Islamism equation should vanish from discourse. A global geopolitical approach is needed, in which co-development and burden-sharing are the matrices.
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