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From Anti-Jewish Prejudice To Political Anti-Semitism? On Dynamics Of Anti-Semitism In Post-Communist Hungary

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The Mediterranean Sea links together three continents, three religions, and thousands of years of civilization, and has thus been a channel of mutual influences and cultural exchanges. For many years, the Mediterranean identity was a neglected option in Israel. Israel, after all, is much closer in its way of life to Greece, Italy and Spain than to countries like Holland, Germany or Poland. The main obstacle to a partnership between Europe and the Mediterranean countries was the conflict in the Middle East. The peace process in the Middle East in the 1990s permitted the implementation of the first steps of a new Mediterranean policy, including the invitation of Israel to regional forums, a large majority of whose participants were from Arab countries.

Keywords:Europe; Israel; Mediterranean Basin



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