CAP reform and Euro-Mediterranean partnership: lessons for a new agenda of cooperation

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Revista La Lettre de veille du CIHEAM

Abstract

The paper explores whether the European Union (EU) Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reform represents a true reform in the history of EU agricultural policies; second, whether CAP represents a change for Spanish agriculture, as one of the mayor beneficiaries of public support to agriculture; and third, whether some lessons can be drawn from the CAP and from the history of cooperation between the EU and Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries in order to build a new agenda of partnership, with the goal of a shared development in the Euro-Mediterranean region.