France and Morocco share much of their history and geography. They are not only Mediterranean countries but also Atlantic countries. They have both taken part in the processes of institutionalization and consolidation of solidarities in their respective continents, while working to build partnerships between Africa and Europe.
Considering the fragmentation and reorganization of the world, however:
- How do they view the major challenges facing the international community and humanity?
- What differences in perception are implied by their different positions in the concert of nations?
- How can these differences be acknowledged without undermining the possibility of cooperation for the common good(s)?
- What are the specific and shared principles that drive their external action?