• Mohammed Hashas 13 February 2013
    Socio-cultural, economic and political diversity of the Mediterranean (Med) basin does not seem to have been captured by the media. The visibility of Med space is obscured by its classical considerations that still do not think about it as a common space. A common Mediterranean culture is still invisible in mindscapes, though its landscape visibility is evident. Neither the media in the northern shore of the basin nor that in the southern shore has given it its due space. Common concerns of the Med countries and societies do not seem to have attracted media attention though the basin could confidently be called “the middle of the world,” as has the British novelist David Herbert Lawrence named it in one of his poems. The media still does not think Mediterranean.
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