Chapter 16 Spanish-Algerian border relations: tensions between bilateral policies and population mobilities
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In a very little researched area of the Mediterranean borders Cabezón-Fernández, Sempere-Souvannnavong and Mazouni examine the Movements of population between Spain and Algeria and the changes in control since the nineties, when Spain became a member of the European Economic Community. Since then, the visa policy its an unbreakable boundary for the political class whereas the population from both sides of the Mediterranean claim for better conditions.

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