Egypt Institute Journal (Vol. 3 – Issue 12) / studies

Security Concerns in the Moroccan-African Agreements

October 2018

October 2018

A Moroccan researcher, PhD in Public International Law and Political Science; Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences Sale, Morocco; November 2015.


This paper seeks to identify the Moroccan-African relations, evoking the security concern, by reviewing several agreements, particularly agreements on issues of investment, trade and maritime fishing, excluding agreements on security issues, such as security cooperation agreements, hoping to stand up to the presence of the security side and its concepts in these agreements; and as these security agreements are confined to this field, we will skip them, and approach the subject in terms of economic, cultural and commercial agreements, being aware of the significance of the issue of security in approaching the Moroccan-African relations, especially since the region is floundering In security breaches and experiencing growing security threats.

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