European Union foreign ministers meet their Arab and Israeli counterparts in Finland this week to try to boost trade ties and mull moves to curb a rising tide of illegal economic migrants from Africa. However, economic interests look set to be overshadowed by increasingly troubled Middle East politics at the Euro-Mediterranean partnership talks in Tampere on November 27-28. Before her departure for Tampere, Benita Ferrero-Waldner, Commissioner for External Relations and European Neighbourhood Po...

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