Arab Maghreb Union: Common ground for peace

The Maghreb countries continue to face the many economic and geopolitical challenges imposed by unrestrained and pitiless globalization.
Since its creation in1989, the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) still blocked in spite of signs of revival, while the process of integration in Europe, Asia and America carries out remarkable projections. The Maghreb is not a utopia, but a chance for its people. It is the continuation of a long history across the obstacles.
The Maghreb united for the people is not due solely to one passeist passion; it foresees the means of exceeding at the very least morose current situation in which each country struggles.

To establish a common ground for peace, security and complementarities, it is necessary to choose, if there is a choice, between the vicinity and the underhand will of conquest.
What worries today, it is silence, paralysis and inertia. It is the lack of initiatives and decisions which strike the men and the women of the Maghreb. What strikes also, it is the luck of communication between Algerians and Moroccans, although the political executives and the cultural elites remain in touch. But that is not enough. The painful expressions, sometimes expressed on a purely individual basis, did not have the desired echo.
Relations between Morocco, Tunisia, Mauritania and Libya in one hand and Algeria and these same countries, except for some of them in the other hand, are normal and even excellent. They are an important factor to the reconstitution of the Maghreb puzzle.
Is it possible to constitute, like the Franco-German couple who played an important part in the impulse of European development, an algerian-Morrocan couple, who’s each member would be tight by solidarity rather than competitions?
The art of vicinity is, one says, not to harm. The neighbors live, work in priority on developing their strength leaving behind their differences. The chance of the real Maghreb will depend on good dialogue and communication.