A Transatlantic Approach for the Arab World: Stability through Inclusivity, Good Governance, and Prosperity

Author
Amy Hawthorne, Frances G. Burwell, Danya Greenfield
Content Type
Policy Brief
Institution
Atlantic Council
Abstract
A new Atlantic Council report warns against the tendency of Europe and the United States to sideline political and economic reform in the Middle East while they pursue urgent security priorities in this turbulent region. Instead, the transatlantic partners should forge a shared strategy to encourage political systems that can protect Arab citizens' basic rights, provide security, deliver broad prosperity, and mitigate violent extremism.
Political Geography
United States, Europe, Middle East