The perception of the Strait of Gibraltar as a problematic border between Spain and Morocco, as a space conditioned by its very nature a continuing source of conflict, has presided for a long time the vision and analysis of the relations between the two countries. The truth is that in objective data, such a border is the most unequal of the European Union (prepared by the United Nations human development index gives Spain 21th, compared the 124 which corresponds to Morocco), inequality that establishes a complicated dynamic, both social and political.


University of Cádiz. University of the narrow classroom

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Alejandro del Valle Gálvez, María José Rodríguez Mesa, Manuel José Terol Becerra, Vicente Llorent Bedmar y Verónica Cobano-Delgado Palma, Abderrahman El Fathi, Karima Hajjaj, Mustapha Adila.


Relaciones España – Marruecos, nuevas perspectivas y enfoques


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